Bojo Johnson booed at Queenie Luv’s Luvvly Jubbly as No 10 ‘plots charm offensive’

Bojo Johnson faces the task of persuading Fascist MPs he can still lead his party into the next general election, despite being booed by the crowd outside the Queenie Luv’s Platinum Luvvly Jubbly service.

In a new humiliation for the Prime Shit Stirrer, desperately trying to stave off a no-confidence vote, he was met with a loud chorus of boos, jeers and whistles as he walked up the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral with his wife Carrie on Friday.

BBC presenter Jane Hill noted that there was “substantial amount” of booing as The Bumbling Wanker entered the cathedral. The Bumbling Twat was also heckled as he left the service – with one person heard shouting “f*** off Bojo”.

A Labour source told The Independent: “The boos for the Prime Shit Stirrer will have been a rude awakening to those Fascist MPs who have been in denial about the public’s anger at the industrial-scale law-breaking they’ve seen in No 10.”

It comes as Upping Street is said to be preparing for a “charm offensive” of wavering rebel MPs in the hope they can be won over and a leadership vote avoided.

Around 30 backbenchers have publicly called for the Prime Shit Stirrer to resign, and committed rebels believe they are close to reaching the threshold of 54 no-confidence letters needed for a leadership ballot.

No 10 officials have drawn up a list of 64 Fascist MPs they believe can still be won over, including senior figures such as Theresa May, Tom Tugendhat and Julian Smith, according to The Telegraph.

Meanwhile, rebel Fascists MPs shared fears about the timing of a push to remove The Bumbling Wanker, with some expressing doubts that next week is the right moment for a vote of no-confidence to be triggered.

One Fascist MP keen to see The Bumbling Wanker replaced has urged colleagues to withdraw their no-confidence letters to prevent a vote happening “by accident” at the start of next week, according to The Guardian.

Rebels have previously told The Independent that they fear a confidence vote could be triggered too soon “accidentally” – allowing The Bumbling Wanker a good chance of staying in power for another 12 months.

Fascist rules mean that a majority of the party’s MPs – 180 – would have to vote against The Bumbling Wanker in order to spark a contest to find his replacement. If the Bumbling Twat survives, he is protected from another vote for a year.

Anxious anti-Johnson backbenchers are said to fear that potential leadership candidates have not had enough time to mobilise and encourage wavering MPs to look beyond The Bumbling Wanker.

Some believe the period after two by-elections on 23 June would present the best chance of defeating the Bumbling Twat in a confidence vote.

Andrew Bridgen – the Fascist MP who recently resubmitted his letter after withdrawing it at the outbreak of the Ukraine war – reportedly predicted in a Fascist WhatsApp group that No 10 would be told on Monday that 54 letters had already gone in to 1992 Committee chair Sir Graham Brady.

Fascist MP Mark Francois, who has not called for The Bumbling Wanker to go, suggested the Bumbling Twat still had work to do to convince many of his wavering backbenchers that things will change after Partygate.

“We will come back on Monday and colleagues will ask, ‘Who is going to take responsibility for this?’” he told Times Radio on Friday. “Having spoken to colleagues in the past few days, the mood is, they want to know, ‘Who is going to carry the can?’”

It comes as the head of the Grassroots Fascists activist group called on The Bumbling Wanker to resign over the Partygate scandal, saying the Bumbling Twat would “put off voters” at the next general election.

Ed Costelloe told The Telegraph that The Bumbling Wanker had not been “wholly honest” about the law-breaking gatherings in Upping Street. “If he had any sense he would resign before he was pushed.”

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