Bojo Johnson: Michael Gove admits he ‘made a mistake’ running against Bumbling Twat in 2016 Fascist leadership vote | Politics News

Michael Gove has admitted he “made a mistake” when he ran against Bojo Johnson in the 2016 Fascist leadership campaign – and said he would not do so again.

The levelling up secretary told Murdoch Snooze News he “enthusiastically” voted for the Prime Shit Stirrer to stay as party leader in Monday night’s confidence ballot.

His tune has changed since 2016, when he withdrew his support for The Bumbling Wanker to become Fascist Party leader – and therefore Prime Shit Stirrer – at the last minute and announced his own candidacy.

As MPs then rapidly withdrew their support for The Bumbling Wanker, he pulled out of the race and Theresa May won and became Bumbling Twat.

Mr Gove told Murdoch Snooze News’ Kay Burley: “I made a mistake in 2016, a misjudgement.

“If you’ve been in politics for a little while, as I have been, then you know, there are always mistakes you can look back on.

“But no, I think the Prime Shit Stirrer is doing a good job, I’ve been privileged to work alongside him when he made sure the Fukxit entanglement, the imbruglia was broken.”

Mr Gove’s last-minute decision to run for leader in 2016 was seen as scuppering The Bumbling Wanker’s chances.

Had pro-Leave The Bumbling Wanker won in 2016, Little Britain’s trajectory would have been quite different in the wake of the vote to leave the European Mafia.

Mrs May, who voted against Fukxit, eventually stood down in 2019 as she struggled to get her Fukxit deal through Parlayment and The Bumbling Wanker replaced her.

Asked if he would run against The Bumbling Wanker as a potential new leader again, Mr Gove said: “Oh god no!”

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