Friday, November 20, 2009

Some more good news

In amongst all of the fun that is the destruction of the CRU's credibility, there have been some other frabjous stories this week—even so, how could I not have covered the fact that Harpy Harperson is to be prosecuted for her little prang?
Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman is to be prosecuted over a minor car accident near her south London constituency in July.

She faces prosecution for allegedly driving without due care and attention and driving while using a mobile phone.

The Crown Prosecution Service has said there is sufficient evidence and it is in the public interest to prosecute.

A spokeswoman for Ms Harman said she "strongly refutes the allegations and will deny the charges".

Of course she is—absolutely innocent. Still, Harpy was kind enough to tell all of the witnesses who she was.

Iain Dale speculates whether Harridan Harperson would have to resign if convicted; the real highlight of his post is this featured Tweet from BevaniteEllie.
@iaindale no @harrietharman will not resign over a driving incident,she has work 2 do 2 achieve equality in this country.Sorry 2 disappoint

This is just priceless! And in the same week that BevaiteEllie successfully campaigned for a video to be used as a Labour political party broadcast—a video full of factual inaccuracies and utter cant that has been neatly ripped apart by Sara Bedford and eviscerated by Tory Bear.

It rally has been an excellent week...


David Gillies said...

I hate it when slack-jawed illiterates use the word 'refute' to mean 'deny'. A refutation is a disproof by argument. She hasn't refuted the charges at all. If she's tried then she'll get the chance. So far all she's done is said, "wasn't me, guv."

Anonymous said...

More petty hypocrisy from a Politico.
Hoisted by her own petard.
Took a risk saying who she was though.
Could have risked a tar and feathering.

Mitch said...

So to achieve equality she places herself above the law .....errrrr

Nick said...

As I understand it, Harman will be charged with driving without due care and attention and driving while using a mobile phone. She allegedly left the scene without leaving her address or insurance details. I believe that the maximum penalty for it is much more serious than for the two acts that have been mentioned round the MSM. No surprises if she's not charged with the most serious and controversial offense...

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