Cockburn was shocked and saddened to learn of Queen Elizabeth II's death on Twitter this morning. Until he realized the tweet’s author was Louise Mensch, noted liberal conspiracy theorist. As journalists the world over hover over their keyboards, Mensch, a former British MP, just went for it. She then did what the left does best: rewrote the narrative by deleting her tweet and blaming it on someone else.
Thankfully, notes Cockburn, the internet is forever:

The WSJ? Cockburn can't help but think this is really all the fault of the Marshal of the Supreme Court. Mensch may...

Cockburn was shocked and saddened to learn of Queen Elizabeth II’s death on Twitter this morning. Until he realized the tweet’s author was Louise Mensch, noted liberal conspiracy theorist. As journalists the world over hover over their keyboards, Mensch, a former British MP, just went for it. She then did what the left does best: rewrote the narrative by deleting her tweet and blaming it on someone else.

Thankfully, notes Cockburn, the internet is forever:

The WSJ? Cockburn can’t help but think this is really all the fault of the Marshal of the Supreme Court. Mensch may have been jumped the gun, but then her tweet was far from the most offensive of the day. PoliticsJOE was forced to delete this quip, deemed “absolutely vile” and “disgusting and angering”:

 

Screenshot, DailyMail.co.uk

Other reactions have been less controversial, if still biting: