One of their favourite images of Thomas Mair, the alleged killer, currently making the rounds of social media, is this one.
The 'Heil Hitler' chap is tattooed. The arrested gent is not.
I've pointed out this factual error to quite a few of those gleefully painting Jo's killer as a neo-Nazi but, as yet, none of these has seen fit to amend their inaccurate tweets.
You see, ladies and gentlemen, to those who would have us remain forever at the mercy of globalisation, to those who would not have us take charge of our own affairs, the lie that might facilitate victory is a thousand light years more preferable that a truth that will not.
The day before Jo died I asked David Cameron how the Global Few intended to stymie the rise and rise of Brexit. https://twitter.com/Ironwand/status/742250075057999872
Dave did not reply
Two thousand years ago, Cicero popularised the term, 'cui bono.'
If you want to find out whodunnit, and you're not sure how to go about it, ask yourselves this: 'Who profits?' ('Cui bono')
As regards the murder of Jo Cox, the Vote Leave campaign has certainly NOT profited. Many of the Remainers, however, have done their damnedest to link Thomas Mair with Brexit, UKIP, the EDL, 'Britain First,' and anything or anyone that smacks of British patriotism.
They seem to have had some success in this endeavour. This, alongside the halting of the tremendous momentum achieved by the out campaign in the days leading up to Jo's death, may well be enough to swing the vote.
Thomas Mair isn't right in the head. That much is certain. Such people, I reckon, are more easily influenced than the rest of us. Who influenced him? The far right? At a time when the most important matter any of us will ever partake of in a democracy is being decided?
Cui bono, ladies and gentlemen.