Labour responds to Tories ‘Fact Check’ Twitter account by launching ‘Twat Check’ Twitter account.

UK Politics
Tories launch dishonest 'Fact Check' Twitter account. Labour respond by launching 'Twat Check'.

The Conservative party is under fire for  ‘misleading’ the public with Twitter ‘Fact Check’ name change. Those in charge of the account wrote commentary on the Jeremy Corbyn’s statements and retweeted messages of support for Boris Johnson.

The labour party have hit back with their own Twitter page, ‘Twat Check’.

The page does what it states, and does periodical updates on which members of the Conservative party are twats.

It has one original tweet at the moment, that simply says ‘Most of them’.

Labour declared the page necessary, and stated that the public need to be reminded that Boris Johnson and his ilk are ‘mostly twats’, despite any attempts to persuade the working class that they ‘are in fact, not twats. Which they are. Twats, that is.’

‘Twat check’ also retweets official interview quotes and private statements from Conservative party members that show them as ‘twats’. It’s up to 800 so far, 300 from Jacob Rees-Mogg alone.

Labour state that the page will update whenever new twats enter the fold, and any actions or events that reinforce the twattery of existing twats.

Twat check will NOT update if any members stop being twats, as the possibility seems ‘very unlikely in all honesty’, and that Boris Johnson would have to ‘voluntarily launch himself into the sun, riding Michael Gove as a rocket’ before he could even be considered being ‘less of a twat’.

Labour have also added the caveat that ‘Not all Tories are twats. But all Twats are Tories’.

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