Marcus Rashford preempted a Spectator story about his finances and support was overwhelming
They don’t like the idea of these upstart lads doing well for themselves and others, do they? Nothing makes a Tory crosser than someone successful being thoughtful and kind towards those doing less well. Perhaps it’s uncomfortable to see people with money AND decency. https://t.co/QNExz9RdzI
— Chris Addison💙 (@mrchrisaddison) July 20, 2021
— Vince Atta (@vinceatta) July 20, 2021
I hope Marcus Rashford *does* benefit commercially from all the brilliant things he’s done over the past 18 months. I really fucking hope he does. Because god knows there are enough people – especially on here – monetising the toxic, divisive, poisonous things they believe. https://t.co/T0GON8CvLi
— Pete Paphides (@petepaphides) July 20, 2021
We truly are living in strange times if the Spectator is having a crack at people for making money. Perhaps just not the right sort of people. https://t.co/7h7FqwObgg
— Nick Miller (@NickMiller79) July 20, 2021
The Spectator trying to take on Marcus Rashford possibly the dumbest idea since Boris Johnson tried to take him on
— dave ❄️ 🥕 🧻 (@davemacladd) July 20, 2021
Why the fuck would you even TOUCH any of the England squad now, with public sentiment the way it is?! You may as well write a piece titled ‘the virtues of squashing guide dogs to death with your bare hands’.
— Mitten d'Amour (@MittenDAmour) July 20, 2021
Marcus Rashford does not have to explain himself to anyone, ever. https://t.co/gTjN2iX1qc
— Angela Rayner (@AngelaRayner) July 20, 2021
Noughts and Crosses author, Malorie Blackman, quoted Gandhi –
'First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they attack you – and then you win.'
When having a voice and a conscience and using them for good are seen as attributes to be torn down in a feeble attempt at control or to silence.
Keep on moving, Marcus. We see you. https://t.co/2LuZVAeWkd
— Malorie Blackman (@malorieblackman) July 20, 2021
However you look at it, Marcus Rashford is a winner.