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PRESENTERS AND POLITICOS

The decision makers and the narrators

Matt Forde

Matt Forde“Who the f*ck is Matt Forde?” – allegedly the words of Noel Gallagher – are the first thing one encounters on accessing the website of this comedian and one time political advisor to the Labour Party. Nottingham born and the son of a former nun, Forde’s Twitter handles reads: “A talentless liar, a shameless sycophantic sell-out with a jelly spine and a mush mind”. As well as presenting a show named The Political Party with Matt Forde, this TalkSport late-night host welcomes abuse but “just give it [to him] on Twitter and make it brief”. Undoubtedly one of Tony Blair’s biggest apologists, Matt Forde described his favourite former Prime Minister as: “The best Labour leader and the best Prime Minister in history” in 2014. Churchill and Thatcher plainly passed this “hypocritical new Labour Adolf Blair-loving hippy scumbag” by.

 

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2 comments on “Matt Forde”

  1. He is a lot smarter than Ed Balls and has made Harriet and her hubby eat humble pie many times. I think he ishilariously funny. Labour can’t do any better.

  2. Forgive me, my dyslexia is out of control. He is hilariously funny and even more flamboyant than Mandy Mandelson. He is not the best liar Labour has ever employed, Alistair Campbell takes the cake in that department. He is smarter than the two Ed’s. One reminds of the thick as a plank hyena in Disney’s “The Lion King”. Politics in Britain is a lot of fun.

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