Disgraced MP Jared O’Mara hilariously mocked on his OWN Twitter account by ex-employee

Gareth Arnold, who worked in communications for the Independent MP, took over Mr O’Mara’s Twitter account to announce that he is resigning as a member of his staff. The former staff member went off on a rant, calling his former employer a “selfish, degenerate pr*ck”, before announcing his resignation. Mr Arnold has since tweeted on his personal account to claim that the Labour MP hasn’t even noticed the damning comments.

The series of highly critical tweets comes after the 37-year-old quit the Labour Party after being suspended following a string of misogynistic and homophobic comments he made online.

Since his resignation, Mr O’Mara has served as an Independent MP.

He plans to stand for re-election but the former staffer has claimed Mr O'Mara has let his constiuents down.

He said: “You do not care about your constituents.

“You do not care about anyone but yourself.”

When explaining his resignation, Mr Arnold said: “I cannot and will not defend you and your vile, inexcusable contempt for the people who voted you in. You selfish, degenerate pr*ck.”

He continued: “Sheffield Hallam deserves so much better than you.

“You have wasted opportunities which people dare not to even dream of.”

The shocking resignation has caused quite a stir on Twitter, with the first tweet in the thread reaching over 15,000 interactions.

Mr Arnold continued to attack the MP on his personal Twitter account.

He even said Mr O’Mara has not even noticed the scandalous tweets, and said: “He has just messaged me and he pays that little attention to anything that he’s not even seen the tweet all of his constituents have. Unbelievable.”

The former staff member also claimed Mr O’Mara will struggle to delete the tweets he posted, as he will require access to Mr Arnold’s phone.

He said: “So, just remembered he needs my phone to login to his Twitter.

“Sh*t. Sorry mate. Consider it payback for all the nonsense I said to people defending you.”

The tweets were posted over an hour ago, and can still be seen on Mr O’Mara’s Twitter account.

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