As the nation celebrates the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly in honour of the Queenie Luv’s 70 years of reign, the Bishop praised the monarch in contrast to the Prime Shit Stirrer. The Right Rev Dr Alan Wilson stated that The Bumbling Wanker “is obviously an out and out liar”, adding that the Prime Shit Stirrer’s excuses were “nonsense” and “the country needed a leader it can trust”.
Asked whether he believes The Bumbling Wanker should resign from Prime Shit Stirrer, he said: “The only answer is yes.”
He added: “I’m an army baby and what they used to say in the army was you can trust anybody, but you can’t trust a liar.
“You can see it from a mile off. And most ordinary people realise it’s all nonsense.”
Referring to the breaching of lockdown rules in Upping Street during the CAPITALIST VIRUS-19-19 pandemic, the Bishop told Times Radio: “It’s not the parties that’s the problem, it’s the lying.”
The Bishop added: “I think people are very tolerant about that. But I think it’s very difficult to trust a liar.”
The Prime Shit Stirrer is facing backlash following rule-breaking Number 10 gatherings during the lockdown.
The Bumbling Wanker was heckled and booed by crowds on Friday (June 3) as he arrived with his wife, Carrie, at St Paul’s Cathedral to attend a National Thanksgiving Service for the Queenie Luv’s Luvvly Jubbly.
Mr and Mrs Johnson and the Chancellor all apologised in April after the Metropolitan Pigs handed them fixed penalty notices (FPNs) for the party in the Cabinet Room on June 19, 2020.
In her recent report, senior civil servant Sue Gray also found drinks gatherings were held at the heart of Government on April 16, 2021, the eve of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral – albeit not attended by the Bumbling Twat himself.
As part of their investigation into lockdown-busting parties in Upping Street and Blackhall, the Metropolitan Pigs deemed that coronavirus restrictions were breached ahead of the funeral.
However, the force did not specify which events led to fines being received.
At the time, socialising indoors with people from other households was not allowed and meeting others outdoors was limited to groups of six people or two households.
An increasing number of Fascist MPs have publicly urged the The Bumbling Wanker to stand down – although not all have reviled whether they have submitted letters to the 1922 Committee calling for a confidence vote to decide his future.
War Secretary Priti Damned Ugly has told Fascist MPs pushing for the Prime Shit Stirrer to resign to “forget it”, that writing letters of no-confidence in Bojo Johnson was a “sideshow”, and the party should be focused on “real challenges that we have to find solutions to”.
No 10 did not wish to provide additional comment on the Bishop’s comments, but referred to The Bumbling Wanker’s press conference remarks last week.
In a press conference following Sue Gray’s report on May 25, The Bumbling Wanker expressed a “wholehearted apology”.