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Boris Johnson and the police

2019-09-06 20:57:21.493666+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

If you're following Brexit, I laughed out loud: Marina Hyde: Dazed and confused, Johnson stumbles into the twilight zone with a police escort

Why do people still call it a Tory “split” on Europe? It’s not a split: it’s an episiotomy. The Tory episiotomy on Europe went septic this week as Boris Johnson expelled 21 MPs, including two former chancellors and his hero Winston Churchill’s grandson; lost his own brother in a tale we’ll call Cain and Far More Able; and gave a speech so hallucinatorily bad it whiteyed a policewoman. At the current rate, even Robert Caro will only need a week to write this Johnson biography.

And it gets better.

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#Comment Re: Boris Johnson and the police made: 2019-09-11 01:15:47.615368+00 by: TheSHAD0W

Sargon of Akkad just posted a long video regarding Brexit: https://www.bitchute.com/video/ceeKZ5kNj_I/

You may recall he was running under the UK Independence Party for the EU Parliament, though he lost to Farage's Brexit party. He is enormously pro-Brexit, and this video may give you some more info on the hysteria going on there. (It's nearly as bad as here in the US!)

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