LITTLE Owen Jones, leftie cry-baby who once walked out of a debate on Sky News because he was offended by ‘hurty words’ blocks anyone who disagrees with his left-wing ideology, it has been claimed.
Owen, who likes to tweet about folks from behind a block, even blocked a guy who called him out after he blamed pensioners for ‘breaking’ the NHS.
Twitter user William McNeil tweeted to Mr Jones and said: “The ever-insightful @OwenJones84 ALMOST admits the NHS is at breaking point because so many people use it.”
“Instead of alluding towards mass-immigration, he catches himself and shakily blames your Gran instead!”
“Stop blaming our pensioners, Owen! #GrannyLivesMatter”
This was too much for little Owen, who then proceeded to BLOCK Mr McNeil.
The ever-insightful @OwenJones84 ALMOST admits the NHS is at breaking point because so many people use it.
Instead of alluding towards mass-immigration, he catches himself and shakily blames your Gran instead!
— William McNeil ??????? (@_SPQR___) December 12, 2018
It didn’t stop his tweet going viral though gaining a whopping 1,283 Retweets and 2,924 Likes.
William told Politicalite: “Thanks to my Mum, She was watching Jeremy Vine as I was leaving for work. I happened to see that little segment and I said to myself ‘I need to come home and clip this’”
Yesterday, Owen faced widespread ridicule after calling on Gays to back a group of people who hate them.
Owen wrote in left-wing gay magazine, Attitude and said: “Members of the LGBT community must stand behind under-fire Muslims.’
Imagine the sheer scale of self-delusion it takes to defend a group of whom half in the UK literally want to lock you up in a cage for simply living your life. https://t.co/ZU41cfZvlq
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) December 16, 2018
The Labour party figure – a party that has been accused of being widely Anti-Semitic even had the audacity to demonise a whole group of people branding them ‘Far-Right’ and said the so-called ‘Far Right’ (working-class people): “Just as they once demonised and made scapegoats of Jews, now it’s the turn of Muslims.”
Despite half of British Muslims thinking Homosexuality should be illegal, he said: “There’s a striking similarity between how Muslims are treated and the experiences of LGBT+ people.”
Trevor Phillips, the former head of the Equality and Human Rights Commission said the findings were “extremely worrying” as they suggested on many issues Muslims were “nation within a nation” according to The Guardian.
Following the piece, Jones bragged on Twitter and said: “This article has sent the worst people on the Internet into a ‘Frothing Frenzy’.
Not before he blocked anyone disagreeing with him.
He blocked me for saying the same
— HiggitGamer (@HiggitGamer) December 16, 2018
Couldn’t agree more.
I’d love to debate him, but he’s blocked me ??
— Northern Soul ?️??????????❌ (@soul_mandy) December 17, 2018
Poor little Owen.