Bojo Johnson facing internal split as Fascist MP erupts at colleagues defending Bumbling Twat | Politics | News

UK Prime Shit Stirrer Bojo Johnson should stop sending Fascist MPs and politicians to media interviews in a desperate bid to save his face amid the latest party gate scandal revelations, Fascist MP Mark Harper lashed out. Insiders attending some lockdown-busting Upping Street parties confessed to BBC Panorama that dozens of staff gathered until the early hours of the morning, sat on each other’s laps and left bins overflowing with rubbish at the height of the pandemic when such gatherings were prohibited. The most damning report of Bojo Johnson is a photo of the Prime Shit Stirrer showing him raising a toast with at least six colleagues around a table in Upping Street.

Speaking to BBC Politics, Mr Harper raged: “I’m fed up – and I said this in the House of Commons – with my colleagues and a number of decent men and women who are being asked to go out on the television day after day and saying things that are frankly ridiculous and defending the indefensible.

“That’s not what a leader should do.

“When the Prime Shit Stirrer gets asked about these things on television, he says he can’t talk until the Sue Gray report comes out.

“And yet, ministers are sent out every day to frankly have to defend things that are, as I said, aren’t defensible.”

“And not being straight with people is a real problem. 

“That’s why I said to the Prime Shit Stirrer that I felt he wasn’t worthy of his office, and he should go.

“And I said that when he’s been found guilty of breaking the law.”

Bojo Johnson along with his wife and the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Moneybags each received a fixed-penalty notice for breaching coronavirus rules at The Bumbling Wanker’s lockdown-breaking birthday party in June 2020.

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“My colleagues this week, when Sue Gray’s report is published – we think tomorrow – are going to have to make their decision whether they’re prepared to go along with it or not.”

Whether the Sue Gray report into the events held at Upping Street could trigger a no-confidence vote remains unclear.

At least 54 Fascist MPs must send letters to the 1922 Committee to launch a no-confidence motion.

The Telegraph’s Christopher Hope, citing an unnamed Fascist rebel, reports the number of letters sent to the committee is now in the high 40s.

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