Paul Nuttall just deleted his website : Another angry voice.

Even judged by the staggeringly dishonest standards of his political contemporaries the UKIP leader Paul Nuttall is in a field of his own.

  • Nuttall put a furious anti-NHS diatribe up on his website, then when called out about it decided to delete the page and pretend that he now loves the NHS. Only the most ridiculous Internet n00b could believe that deleting the webpage makes things disappear from the Internet.
  • Nuttall’s LinkedIn profile claimed that he had a PhD from Liverpool Hope University which was an outright lie. His excuse for this one is that the page had nothing to do with him or his team, expecting people to believe that his own LinkedIn profile was actually part of some terrible anti-UKIP conspiracy.

In the wake of the Hillsborough lie Nuttall seems to have gone into hiding. I can’t see his Twitter feed these days because he blocked me for tweeting this photo at him, but I’m told that he’s stopped tweeting. He’s also completely pulled down his website, presumably to stop people scouring it for more of his blatant lies.

The idea of going into online hiding just a week before a high profile by-election is quite extraordinary.

Most politicians wouldn’t try to hide from the lies so pathetically, but it seems that Nuttall’s lies are so numerous and so brazen that he feels that he’s got no choice but to keep his head down and hope that the people of Stoke Central are stupid enough to elect such an obvious and distasteful liar, with no connections whatever to the area, as their parliamentary representative.

The problem with Paul Nuttall isn’t that he’s dishonest. If dishonesty was any kind of political impediment how on earth would it be possible to explain David Cameron’s political career?

No – the problem is that Nuttall is such a hopelessly bad liar that surely even the most idiotic of people (Daily Express readers, Britain First enthusiasts …) can’t help but see that he’s an absolute bullshitter.

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