Today, he's written about the National Trans Police Association (which includes his obligatory reference to homosexuality) and complained about how divisive they, and their Black, Pagan and Gay Police Association colleagues are, without, Jonathan points out, mentioning the Christian Police Association. Funny that.
He's also written about Travellers (twice in four days!) and claims he doesn't 'do' 'gippophobia', a term which surely is as - ahem - 'gippophobic' as the term 'pikey' he used on Tuesday.
He goes on to have a go at Muslims, immigration control and foreign criminials.
Stop me if you've heard it before.
But he includes three particularly startling statements:
1. 'I merely report the facts'.
Hmmm. The 'facts' as they have been reported in the Mail and fit your agenda, you mean? Remember this 'fact' from Tuesday:
£4.7million of Lottery money has been spent helping travellers to subvert the planning laws.
Wasn't a 'fact' then, isn't a fact now.
Or how about the 'fact' he said Judge Trigger was telling the 'truth'. Not to mention all those 'facts' about Gypsies and the NHS. And others, if I could be bothered to find them.
2. 'I only ever criticise people for what they DO, not what they are'.
No comment really, except he seems to think that what people are is a general indicator of what they do (Muslims = terrorists, gays = perverts and brainwashers of children, asylum seekers = scroungers).
3. 'Most of the robberies in this country have been carried out by Eastern European gangs'.
What, ever? Is this one of those 'facts' he only ever reports. We all know how unreliable these 'foreigners are responsible for this amount of crime' claims are. So where does this little gem come from?