It hasn’t yet mentioned who did the orchestrating in its opinion. I assume it believes the roots of the uprising are in "the gay community" however, despite this being an issue which offended a broad demographic on grounds of taste, decency and equality.
“…this intensely choreographed campaign mischievously misrepresents her carefully argued article… fanned by many people who haven’t even read Jan’s views,” added the Mail.
It appears the paper is still either blind to, or simply choosing to ignore, just how offensive its article was. But let’s humour the Mail and pretend for a minute that it has a point about these people who didn't even read the article joining in the orchestrated offence. Where else have we seen those tactics employed to great effect?
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