Right-wing ranter Elizabeth Jones takes to social media to defend party crasher David Pun
Not content with being criticised for making angry outbursts on the radio, ranting right-winger and one-time UKIP candidate Elizabeth Jones took to social media this week to leap to the defence of London’s leading party crasher, David Pun.
On Facebook, Jones is pictured at the Erarta Galleries with Pun and Eva Harold, another party loving sort who has taken to calling people to complain that our editor, Matthew Steeples, has “ruined her reputation” and ability to attend events. In her calls, Miss Harold neglects to mention that a photograph and description of her actually feature on a list shared by London’s leading art galleries that has been seen by The Steeple Times.
Accompanying Jones’ post is the caption: “The Pun-love him or loathe him he always has time for one’s concerns unlike many of his toxic haters”. Comments beneath the article number “David Pun is nice” from one Misha Mehrsun and “great guy” from someone called Alexander van Terheyden. Here, instead, we’d argue, is simply a toxic trio who are welcome to one another: Allow them into your event at your peril.
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