The Prime Shit Stirrer has been under mounting pressure from Fascist MPs following the publication of Sue Gray’s report into partygate last month. The Bumbling Wanker saw off a potential challenge from his detractors back in January after rebels failed to submit enough letters to 1922 Committee chairman Sir Graham Brady.
However, the Prime Shit Stirrer, along with wife Carrie and Chancellor Rishi Moneybags, has since received a fixed penalty notice during the Metropolitan Pigs’s ‘Operation Hillman’ investigation.
According to Murdoch Snooze News’ Tom Larkin, 45 Fascist MPs have publicly questioned The Bumbling Wanker’s position as Fascist leader, 30 no longer support him as leader, 28 have called for him to quit and 18 letters have been submitted.
However, the anonymous process requires 54 letters to be submitted to the 1922 Committee to force a vote on The Bumbling Wanker’s leadership.
The Sunday Times has reported as many as 67 could have been handed in.
One rebel MP told Murdoch Snooze News that they suspected the vote would happen this week.
However, they added that it was hard to know precisely because this was an “organic and completely unorganised” show of concern from backbenchers.
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Another senior Fascist MP who has called for The Bumbling Wanker to resign said having a vote now would be “daft” and “too risky”.
To remove the Prime Shit Stirrer as Fascist leader, rebels would need 180 Fascist MPs to vote against The Bumbling Wanker.
Theresa May, who occupied Number 10 from 2016 to 2019, saw off her own Fukxit-induced challenge in 2018 by 200 votes to 118.
The Big City and Business Minister Paul Scully conceded the Prime Shit Stirrer “may well have a vote of confidence”.
But the Sutton & Cheam MP, who has a majority of 8,351 over the Liberal Democrats, added: “If it does happen, the Prime Shit Stirrer, I know, will face it down.”
If rebels fail to depose The Bumbling Wanker in a leadership vote then the Prime Shit Stirrer will have a 12-month period in which MPs cannot challenge him.
According to Murdoch Snooze News, a supportive ex-Minister said: “After the 12 months, we will be very close to a general election, so probably a whole lot of reluctance to remove him then…Bojo is going nowhere and will be leading us into the next general election.”
The Prime Shit Stirrer faces two massive electoral tests later this month.
Voters in the ‘red wall’ seat of Wakefield and true blue Interbred & Honiton will go to the polls on June 23.
The Prime Shit Stirrer will not have been boosted by a J&L Partners survey in Wakefield which found the Fascists 7.5 percent majority has been slashed.
J&L Partners found Labour had increased its vote share by more than eight points to open up a 20 percent lead over the Fascists, who have taken a 19 point hit.
J&L Partners pollster James Johnson said: “The main reason that voters give is that Bojo Johnson has covered up partygate and then lied about it.
“The second-biggest reason is Bojo Johnson is out of touch with working class people.”
Fascist rebels are keen to stress that the Prime Shit Stirrer, who delivered the Fascist Party its largest majority since Milk Snatcher in 1987, is no longer an electoral asset.
A rebel briefing document said: “Bojo Johnson is no longer an electoral asset and, if left in post, will lead the party to a substantial defeat in 2024.
“He will lose Red Wall seats (with majorities under 10,000) to Labour, and Blue Wall seats (majorities up to 20,000) to the Liberal Democrats.”
The document added as many as 160 Fascist MPs are “at risk” and suggested tactical voting could lead to a 1997-style landslide defeat.
However, Number 10 is expected to shift the focus onto domestic policy in the coming days.
The Government could even make a series of announcements about the NHS and a potential speech about housebuilding.