FAKE News hack Mark Di Stefano has had a mighty fall from grace following his Zoom hacking row.
The left-wing activist posing as a ‘journalist’, who smeared working-class Politicalite as ‘far-right’ and forced several companies to cut advertising deals with us whilst working for BuzzFeed ‘News’ in 2019 WILL NOT be returning to his post as Media editor at the Financial Times.
He claims he resigned, but we all know he was pushed.
The leftie bitch terrier was accused of hacking into top-secret Zoom meetings at rival papers The Independent and The Evening Standard as the papers announced COVID-19 job cuts.
He was caught out though, as the dumb leftie made rookie mistakes by using his OWN work mobile and email address that flashed up on screen of the private meetings.
He live tweeted what he had heard from the Zoom chats on Twitter too… I mean, come on mate.
The FT suspended Aussie born Di Stefano earlier this week pending investigation.
He took to Twitter and told his followers: “Hi, letting everyone know today was my last day at the FT.”
Hi, letting everyone know today was my last day at the FT. This afternoon I offered my resignation. Thank you everyone who has given support. I’m now going to take some time away and log off x
— Mark Di Stefano (@MarkDiStef) May 1, 2020
“This afternoon I offered my resignation.”
“Thank you everyone who has given support. I’m now going to take some time away and log off x”