This morning, the world cheered for joy when subhuman controversy for cash mouth Katie Hopkins got fired from LBC with immediate effect.
Following on from the attrocities which took place in Manchester on Monday night, Katie Hopkins roared as only she can do that a ‘final solution’ was needed presumably referring to the Nazis’ plan to exterminate the Jews and many more.
The statement rather quickly resulted in her sacking leading Twitter users to come up with one of the finer trends in recent years: #SuggestNewJobsForHopkins.
As I’m sure you can imagine – Twitter users were rather quick to come up with some solutions to Katie Hopkin‘s unemployment, not that she’ll need the extra dollar.
Here’s a few of our favourites:
Selling copies of The Sun in Liverpool #SuggestNewJobsForHopkins
— OhDearBritain (@Ohdearbritain) May 26, 2017
The Fox in the hunt led by Theresa May and her Tory hounddogs.#SuggestNewJobsForHopkins
— Jasminder Virdi (@Jasimeister) May 26, 2017
Solo mission to the centre of the sun#SuggestNewJobsForHopkins
— ライアンの悪いツイートゾーン (@dimbosama) May 26, 2017
— John (@JohnKeating11) May 26, 2017
Corrosive Expert as her bile can disintegrate anything #SuggestNewJobsForHopkins
— Sulaco (@Emworgen) May 26, 2017
We're looking for a customer liaisons officer. #SuggestNewJobsForHopkins
— WETHERSP00N_UK (@Wetherspoon_UK) May 26, 2017
But remember – there are some worrying factors to take into account.
Let's hope Trump doesn't get in on this hashtag – she'll end up Head of the FBI. #SuggestNewJobsForHopkins
— Gareth (@GMLmusic) May 26, 2017
Hopkins, who certainly isn’t very clever, clearly came to fame when she noticed a gap in the market for selling her soul to spout out the most pestilential and vicious comments about the most tragic of events – all to spark outrage, resulting in interest, resulting in money.
Hopefully the above list of potential jobs will inspire Katie to leave verbal filth and opt for something more suited to her.
Joseph Loftus is a Gold Standard NCTJ journalist with four years experience working for international and regional press.
As well as working for UNILAD and LADbible, Joseph has worked as Liverpool Correspondent for Unsigned & Independent Magazine, as well as stints with the Liverpool Echo and Warrington Guardian.