Katie Hopkins calls Michael Gove 'delicious' in nauseating gush about least sexy man in Westminster
Gove is, of course, the same man who discovered the answer to attracting more young entrepreneurs to London earlier this year: “Hot sex”
Almost all of what Katie Hopkins says should probably be ignored.
Except the things that should be laughed at.
Like her recent flurry of tweets gushing about “delicious” education secretary Michael Gove – one of the least sexy men in all of Westminster.
“Personally, I think Gove is delicious,” she posted. Rippling waves of nausea ensued.
But it isn’t his bejowled visage, or his unbelievable ability to annoy almost every school teacher in the country that has her hot under the collar. It’s his principles.
Making reference to his criticism of the planned walkouts by NUT teachers today (he branded strikers an “an ideologically motivated minority” and called the actions “damaging”), she continued:
Personally, I think Gove is delicious. Hooray for a good man with principles standing up to dim wits with pitchforks. #gogoveyougoodthingKatie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) July 10, 2014
Gove is not suggesting children are taught by unqualified teachers. He is suggesting children are taught by people that love their subject.Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) July 10, 2014
Gove is standing up for what he believes in in the face of a braying mob of complaining fools. it takes a brave man to have principles.Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) July 10, 2014
And of course, she couldn’t resist a quick pop at the deceased, either:
Bob Crow died shortly after the last strike. The grim reaper at Clive House is a nod to that, almost touching. pic.twitter.com/BfU2LQK3TLKatie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) July 10, 2014
Gove is, of course, the same man who discovered the answer to attracting more young entrepreneurs to London earlier this year: All the “hot sex” the city has to offer.
Providing his expert analysis on why young businessmen and woman come to London back in April, the Education Secretary said that it is “not so much the high-tech opportunities” that provide the capital’s big attraction, but rather: “[The] great opportunities to be successful, enjoy a great culture, have a good time and loads of hot sex”.
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