First Pig-gate, now Poppygate. What next?

 

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A spokesperson said this incident was an “oversight”. Clearly the Tory dictionary has a different definition of “oversight” – meaning “lazy cynicism exposed by the public”, perhaps?

Downing Street has been ridiculed for digitally adding a remembrance poppy to a photograph of David Cameron that it was using on its Facebook page.

An hour later, Downing Street deleted the picture and replaced it with one of the prime minister actually wearing a poppy, but not before the original photo had been spotted by other people on social media.

The incident was quickly dubbed Poppygate.

The original photograph of David Cameron was uploaded to Facebook in July and has been used widely in Downing Street publicity materials. A No 10 spokesperson blamed the incident on an “oversight” and said the digitally enhanced picture had now been deleted.

Source: No 10 ridiculed after adding poppy to David Cameron Facebook picture | Politics | The Guardian

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4 Responses to “First Pig-gate, now Poppygate. What next?”

  1. peugeott says:

    Not even a good photoshop effort, it’s not even on fattys lapel!

  2. sovereigntea says:

    Puppet DC is an avid supporter of the child abusing Saudi dictatorship

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  3. ian says:

    Whilst we get enormous social pressure put on us to conform to supporting the people clueless or poor enough, brainwashed or conscripted and forced to join up and get killed fighting for the bankers, you wouldn’t think that their front man would have the audacity not to conform. Just shows the utter contempt that they have for everyone and everything including pigs.

  4. Lynn says:

    It’s worse than contempt Ian…it is a diabolical evil agenda forced on an unprecedented scale. They are attacking people for fun. These predators are very dangerous to our health.

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