Katie Hopkins claims she has entered Australia and has broken rules at her COVID-19 quarantine hotel.
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Fox News Channel has been forced to apologise for comments Katie Hopkins made on their show, Fox & Friends, during a guest appearance alongside her like-minded peer Nigel Farage. Fox has apologised on air for comments Hopkins made about concentration camps for Muslims.
Katie Hopkins reported to police after calling for 'final solution' following Manchester terror attack
Katie Hopkins reported to police after demanding 'final solution' following Manchester terror attack.
Katie Hopkins has sparked outrage online and has been called ‘racist’ after she tweeted about the new Netflix series ‘Dear White People’ and said that black people “stab and kill each other”. Katie seemingly took a swipe at the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement which campaigns against violence and systematic racism, when she tweeted: “Dear black people. The show is based on the acclaimed film of the same name, and follows the group of students at Winchester College who are faced with a landscape of cultural bias, social injustice, misguided activism and slippery politics.
Katie Hopkins is using us all as her very own cash cow, and it’s been going on long enough. In case you hadn’t twigged yet, Katie Hopkins doesn’t believe a word she says, she’s the Kim Kardashian of right wing politics here to milk as much money out of us in as little time as possible. Katie Hopkins actually used to write a weekly column for Yahoo Style and a former colleague describes her as ‘the nicest freelancer I have ever worked with’.
Yesterday, Katie Hopkins sparked a huge backlash after she claimed Londoners were cowering in fear following the horrific terror attack that claimed four lives on Westminster bridge on Wednesday. Hopkins appeared on Fox News and said people in the capital were paralysed with fear in the wake of the attack, but was swiftly shut down by her colleague and Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan for her innacurate portrayal of Londoners’ emotions and JK Rowling compared her to Nazi appeaser Joseph Kennedy, who believed Britain would lose the Second World War. Rather than run away with her tail between her legs the acid-tongued columnist has continued to peddle her warped views on Twitter today and shared a statistic about UK immigration.
Piers Morgan has defended his fellow Londoners against Katie Hopkins – who caused outrage when she claimed Brits were ‘afraid and disunited’ following the London terror attack on Wednesday. The journalist and Good Morning Britain host wrote a lengthy piece for MailOnline, refuting the claims made by his controversial colleague that London ‘has fallen apart’. Explaining how he stood with his GMB colleague Susanna Reid at the south side of Westminster Bridge this morning, he wrote: ‘I turned back and saw hordes of Londoners driving, cycling and walking to work.
Londoners rallied together to stand in solidarity after yesterday’s horrific terror attack claimed the life of four people, but Katie Hopkins has shared a very different view of the emotions felt on the streets of our capital this morning. Appearing on the Fox news network, the controversial commentator, who is well versed in the art of ruffling a few feathers, claimed that the United Kingdom was paralysed with fear in the wake of the recent attack. Taking it upon herself to speak on behalf of the nation, Katie claimed: “The message is, ‘We will not be cowed by terror.
Katie Hopkins has been sued for £24,000. Food blogger and activist Jack Monroe successfully sued the professional rent-a-gob after Hopkins tweeted false claims about her following the desecration of a war memorial in 2015. Hopkins tweeted Jack publicly back in May 2015 after she apparently 'confused’ her with another Guardian columnist who claimed to have no issue with someone defacing a war memorial with anti-Tory slogans.
Food blogger Jack Monroe has won her libel claim against Mail Online columnist Katie Hopkins and will be awarded £24,000 after a row over two tweets. Monroe – who is also an anti-poverty campaigner – claimed her reputation suffered “serious harm” when Hopkins tweeted her in May 2015 and asked her if she’d “scrawled on any memorials recently”. Hopkins had “mistakenly” used Monroe’s Twitter handle instead of that of a columnist who had written about the daubing of a memorial to the women of the Second World War in Whitehall with the words “F**k Tory scum” during an anti-austerity demonstration.
One such dingbat who’s been sticking her face everywhere is none other than professional rent-a-gob and oft-alleged crazy person Katie Hopkins, who was this week invited on to prime-time Irish chat show, The Late Late Show. Anyway, one person who took particular issue with Katie’s booking was none other than Bray native Laura Whitmore.
For many people it was a teeny-tiny silver lining on the big black cloud of Donald Trump’s election victory – but sorry folks, it ain’t happening. A few months back, terminally offensive reality star Katie Hopkins had promised fans that the alluring prospect of The Donald taking up residence in the White House would be enough to persuade her to up sticks and move to the USA.