Various middle-class men and women hoped that the new chant (or hymn) for Saint Jeremy would dominate Wimbledon. Posh Corbynistas were also expecting Jesus H. Corbyn to have a seat in the Royal Box. It was even reported that he'd already been invited.
Jeremy Bernard Corbyn - who likes to disguise both his own and his activists/leaders “class origins” - will probably decline the offer. (Though you never know!)
One leftwing student (a leftwing student? never!) said:
“Why I am looking forward to Wimbledon? Hearing Jeremy Corbyn chants in the stands.”
A Twitter user also wrote:
“Last night I dreamt Corbyn was in the Royal Box at Wimbledon and I started this chant there.”
And despite the posh Left's own highly non-self-referential mythology about the "posh fans" at Wimbledon and other (non-socialist) posh people, David Cameron was also met by boos at Wimbledon last year.
It was also said that there may be pro-Corbyn t-shirts being worn at this year's tournament. This would have been a problem because the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has a rule which bans political slogans during the tournament. More precisely, one rule bans “any objects or clothing bearing political statements”.
An AELTC spokeswoman told the Daily Telegraph:
“We wouldn’t want people to use this kind of event as a platform for their specific views or causes.”
In practice, umpires are expected to stop any chanting if it were to happen. Predictably, they'll say “quiet please”. If that doesn't work, then stewards may remove people for breaking these rules.
Finally, I'm not saying that there aren't any working-class supporters of Jesus “Jezzer” Corbyn. His promise of an infinitely-funded NHS (as well as a General Municipal Utopia) appeals to many people. I doubt, however, that he'd deliver were he to become Prime Minister. And that would be the case for very many reasons. One primary reason is that taxing the platonic Rich (rather than, say, middle-class Corbynistas) into the ground won't help bring about a socialist utopia. It will probably bring about the exact opposite.
Then again, I'm an “evil Tory”, a working-class brainwashed Uncle Tom, and a Naziracistfascistneoliberal bigot. So I would say that, wouldn't I?