Jeremy Corbyn stands accused of hypocrisy for refusing to give away all his money to the poor and go and live in a hole in the ground, despite claiming to want a fairer and more equitable society for all.
These revelations follow hard on reports from the Daily Mail that Mr Corbyn grew up in a house.
“This is typical of these so-called ‘socialists,” said Daily Mail reader and owner of Surrey’s largest collection of stolen underwear, Simon Williams.
“They preach about how everyone should help these so-called poor people, but when it comes to putting their money where their mouths are and giving away all their money and going to live in a hole in the ground, they’re always conspicuous by their absence.
“If Jeremy Corbyn cared half as much as he pretended to, he’d fill his house up with so-called immigrants and send all his money to bongo-bongo land.
“And that’s not being racist, it’s just telling it like it is.”
Mr Williams then went on to explain that he may have his faults, but at least he was no hypocrite.
“As a Tory, I may well have a borderline psychopathic lack of empathy towards anyone who isn’t me, but I don’t pretend to be anything different, and I think that we can all agree that makes me, by far and away, best.”