Abe/Drifloud usually whiles away his days spamming Twitter users with detailed allegations of child abuse, extracts from the police reports, and libellous pictures of innocent Hampstead residents he and Ella have targetted. Ho hum, nothing to see here, people.
So we were surprised this morning to note that he seemed to be having a bit of a panic attack: it appears he’d tweeted a link, which he then claimed he hadn’t tweeted at all:
The link he ‘didn’t tweet’ happens to be one by his bestie-boy, Guidance 2222. It features Patricia Gallan and Steve Rodhouse of the Metropolitan Police, appearing before the Home Affairs Select Committee in October 2015, to justify the Met’s mishandling of the Lord Janner affair.
You can sense Drippy’s rising panic, as he tries to figure out exactly how he managed to accidentally post the video:
Jim McMenamin, who was apparently in the original conversation, deleted his half of things, leaving us with the spectacle of Drippy growing increasingly frantic:
Oh noes! Someone is planning to discredit Drippy? Say it ain’t so!
Never mind, Dripsicle, you do a good enough job discrediting yourself. You don’t need assistance.
Hmm, yes, we see what he means. The video isn’t exactly friendly to those who waste police time with false allegations of child sex abuse. Makes Abe/Drippy look a bit of an idiot, really. More so, we mean.
Yes, yes, we get it. You didn’t post it…or you don’t think you did.
Here’s a possible explanation, though: perhaps Abe/Drippy is, how shall we say, one toke over the line?
Or—and we shudder to even mention this, knowing the sh!tstorm of paranoia it will provoke—could Abe/Drippy have succumbed to the dreaded State-Sponsored Trauma-Based Mind Control he rattles on about?
We mean, really: what other explanation could there possible be?