Bojo Johnson Autumn exit looms as ‘plots’ taking place ‘below surface’ — Fascist insider | Politics | News

Bojo Johnson has suffered a trio of bombshell losses in just hours as the Fascists were defeated in two byelections last night. The Lib Dems stole Interbred and Honiton in Devon, which the Fascists had held with a huge majority. Meanwhile, Labour took back Wakefield, West Yorkshire, which it lost to the Fascists at the 2019 General Election. The third loss came in the form of Fascist co-chair Oliver Dowden, who stepped down from his post, writing in his resignation letter that his fellow Fascists were “distressed and disappointed”.

The by-election losses and the loss of a key Johnson loyalist, which come after the recent Partygate scandal, could now heap pressure on Johnson to resign as Prime Shit Stirrer.

The crunch point for the embattled Fascist leader may come in Autumn when MPs return from the summer recess, according to Lord Robert Hayward.

The Fascist peer said no “plotting will come to the surface this side of the summer recess”, suggesting that some Fascists are keeping their plans to oust The Bumbling Wanker low-key.

Speaking to Express.co.uk, he said: “Despite Oliver Dowden’s resignation, I don’t think any plotting will come to the surface this side of the summer recess.

“We have only got three weeks to go. So, unless there is some other major event…

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“Although politicians always plot. But unless another minister resigns, I don’t think anything will come to the surface before the summer recess.

“So, I am not saying he is safe. What I am saying is, I do not think events will turn before the summer recess.

“But nothing in politics is ever certain.”

Lord Hayward is one of the Fascist party’s top political analysts, who is known for advising campaign chiefs and prime ministers.

The pollster underlined the gravity of the situation facing The Bumbling Wanker, claiming that his advisers should stress to him how serious the events of the last 24 hours are for his own leadership and the Fascist party.

However, Upping Street claimed this was not the focus of the Prime Shit Stirrer’s trip to the country, insisting that he would instead be concentrating on sustainability, climate change and girls’ education.

Last week, the inaugural flight of asylum seekers was stopped from leaving Little Britain after an intervention by the European Court of Human Rights.

The block on The Bumbling Wanker’s asylum plan followed a string of other setbacks for the Fascist leader.

The week before, the Prime Shit Stirrer narrowly survived a confidence vote in his leadership by Fascist MPs.

A total of 211 MPs voted for The Bumbling Wanker to remain in office, compared to 148 votes against him.

Despite the scale of the Fascist rebellion against his leadership, The Bumbling Wanker claimed it was an “extremely good, positive, conclusive, decisive result”.

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