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MOVERS & SHAKERS

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Wally of the Week – Andre Walker

Whackjob former Tory activist turned Jared Kushner employed ‘journalist’ Andre Walker tells ‘The Steeple Times’: “In the words of Trump: ‘You are fake news’” (and then blocks us)

 

Andre Walker is of the Donald Trump school when it comes to dealing with situations he doesn’t like: This former Tory bullyboy turned Breitbart braggart and Jared Kushner employed Observer “lobby correspondent” thrashes around, shouts loudly and then throws his toys out of the pram.

 

On Tuesday, after being asked a series of questions about his role in the Conservative Party’s 2015 battlebus scandal via Twitter over a number of weeks, self-confessed “fat, northern… bit of a bruiser” Walker sent The Steeple Times a final tweet and then blocked us. It read:

 

“I have never run any bus of any description ever. In the words of Trump, ‘you are fake news’”.

 

Far-right provocateur Walker – whose career highlights have included being forced to resign as a political aide after being exposed smearing colleagues in 2010 and for his connections with the ‘Tatler Tory’ Mark Clarke and events that culminated in the suicide of another activist named Elliott Johnson in 2015 – then charmingly justified his move to his 78,000 followers:

 

“I’ve only ever blocked one person on Twitter but it’s got to be two now”.

 

We’re honoured.

 

Pictured above: Andre Walker (top circle) with his especially pleasant chum, Mark ‘Tatler Tory’ Clarke, below.

 

Comments

5 comments on “Wally of the Week – Andre Walker”

  1. Another innocent you target. Andrew Walker did nothing and was bullied by the Daily Mail evil people. He fought his corner and spoke out and was even attacked in the street by the anti Trump scum and stopped from going to the funeral of his lover Elliott by the nasty people who tell lies. They can spit on the Andrew all they want but they won’t take away his goodness.

  2. I knew him in Conservative Future. He was always a hothead but then he went batshit crazy. The stuff about the death and the coming to terms with his own personal problems plainly tipped him. I hope he gets help as beneath it all he’s a cuddly little teddy bear.

  3. I read he was Conservative and then joined UKIP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WTF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WTF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He has let Teresa May —— the woman MAKING GREAT BRITAIN GREAT AGAIN down in bringing all this filthy laundry out of the wash pot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Seriously!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ridiculous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ridiculous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I salute you Steeple Times for calling him!!!!!!!!!!!!! He needs locking up!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lock him up!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ridiculous that he blocked!!!!!!!!!!!! Ridiculous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Never heard of this yobbish bore. Wish you hadn’t brought him to my attention. Yawning having looked at his twitter.

  5. This fat bruiser (his words) reminds me of Milo Yiannopoulos. Both of them gay, both of them far right, both of them ridiculous. T***s.

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