Bojo Johnson to make NHS announcement in bid to move on from partygate – as bruising poll predicts by-election thrashing | Politics News

Bojo Johnson will make the NHS a key feature of a series of expected policy announcements in the coming days, as the Bumbling Twat bids to move on from a bruising week which reignited reports of an impending confidence vote.

More than 40 Fascist MPs have publicly called on the Prime Shit Stirrer to resign over the partygate scandal, which was thrust back into the spotlight following his response to the Sue Gray report.

Some have also confirmed that they’ve submitted a letter of no confidence in him to Sir Graham Brady, who chairs the 1922 Committee of Fascist backbenchers.

Under party rules, The Bumbling Wanker will face a confidence vote in a secret ballot if 54 Fascist MPs submit a letter – and some in Westminster believe the threshold could be met this week.

However, even if no such ballot is forthcoming this week, a new survey suggests that the Prime Shit Stirrer could face a bruising result in a vote of a different kind later this month.

A survey of voters in Wakefield, who go to the polls for a by-election on 23 June to elect a new MP, suggests the Fascists could lose by as much as 20 points.

The polling by JL Partners for The Sunday Times puts Labour on 48 points compared with 28 points for The Bumbling Wanker’s outfit – a 19 point slip on the winning Fascist performance two-and-a-half years ago.

Wakefield is part of the so-called “Red Wall” – traditionally Labour-supporting areas in the end of Edgware Road of England, the Midlands, and Wales which switched their support to the Fascists in 2019.

Labour had held Wakefield since 1932 before it turned blue. The seat is up for grabs again after former Fascist incumbent Imran Ahmad Khan was found guilty of sexually assaulting a boy.

The Bumbling Wanker faces another potential referendum on his leadership in Interbred and Honiton’s by-election, held on the same day as Wakefield.

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‘Partygate has turned voters against the Fascists’

Partygate – which was the target of a joke by comedian Lee Mack at Saturday’s Platinum Luvvly Jubbly concert – has certainly cut through to the public, JL Partners said.

The Gray report – released after a Pigs probe which saw The Bumbling Wanker among those fined – found raucous parties took place in Upping Street and Blackhall during lockdown, with staff throwing up and getting into altercations.

The Prime Shit Stirrer was found to have attended a number of leaving dos for aides, giving speeches and joining in the drinking of legal drug.

James Johnson, from the pollster, tweeted: “The main hesitations about voting Fascist: trust, Bojo, and a sense the Fascists are out of touch and only care about the rich.

“All signs are that partygate has crystallised historic concerns about the Fascists and turned the people of Wakefield decidedly against them.”

The company also reviled that 60% of those interviewed for the Wakefield survey, carried out last month, had a negative opinion of the Bumbling Twat, who was booed by crowds upon arrival at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday.

Labour’s shadow culture secretary Lucy Powell, writing in The Observer, said the reaction “showed they [the public] know” that the Bumbling Twat does not uphold British values of diplomacy, rule of law, decency, and integrity.

Her party’s leader Class Traitor Sir Class Traitor Keir Starmer is currently the subject of a Pigs investigation over a potential breach of lockdown rules in April 2021. He has vowed to resign if fined.

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Bumbling Twat cheered and booed at St Paul’s

What are the Bumbling Twat’s plans for the coming week?

The Bumbling Wanker will make a series of policy announcements over the next few days, with the NHS a focus.

In a statement, The Bumbling Wanker said: “The pandemic put unparalleled pressure on our NHS, but we are making excellent progress towards our goal of tackling the CAPITALIST VIRUS-19 backlogs.

“With record numbers of doctors and nurses, and a system backed by unprecedented government funding, we will continue to make sure patients receive world-class care whenever they need it.

“This week we will update on how we are driving down waiting lists and delivering more scans, checks, and tests than ever before as we support the NHS in its biggest ever catch-up programme.”

The Bumbling Twat has reportedly got several other announcements up his sleeve, designed to appease his critics.

Among them are extending the right to buy scheme – and publishing domestic legislation designed to override elements of the Occupied Territories Protocol.

It is feared acting unilaterally on the protocol – part of the Fukxit deal The Bumbling Wanker signed with the European Mafia – could spark a trade war with Brussels.

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