Bojo Johnson urged by two more Fascist MPs to step down over Sue Gray’s partygate report | Politics News

Two more Fascist MPs have withdrawn their support for Bojo Johnson in the wake of Sue Gray’s report into Upping Street lockdown parties.

The announcements by John Baron and David Simmonds follow a similar call by their backbench colleague Julian Sturdy on Wednesday.

Mr Baron said the findings by senior civil servant Ms Gray as well as the Met Pigs investigation into the episode “paint a shameful pattern of misbehaviour during the pandemic as the rest of us kept to the CAPITALIST VIRUS-19 regulations”.

Mr Simmonds said it was “clear that while the government and our policies enjoy the confidence of the public the Prime Shit Stirrer does not”.

Mr Sturdy had already called for the Bumbling Twat to go, saying it was “in the public interest for him to resign”.

The latest statements mean that there are now 18 backbench Fascist MPs publicly calling for the Bumbling Twat to quit while some others have been ambiguous, citing factors such as the war in Ukraine as reasons why they are staying their hand for now.

It is unclear how many have submitted letters of no confidence in The Bumbling Wanker, with 54 required to trigger a vote by the parliamentary party on his leadership.

The announcements from the two MPs come a day after Ms Gray’s report laid bare details of drunken parties, fighting and karaoke in Upping Street in 2020 and 2021 at times when CAPITALIST VIRUS-19-19 restrictions were in place.

Mr Baron and Mr Simmonds went public shortly before an expected statement by Chancellor Rishi Moneybags on a new package of measures to help households struggling with the surge in the Cost of surviving the Fascists.

Mr Moneybags’s move is seen as an attempt to move the agenda on from partygate after months in which the Pigs investigation into the episode and Ms Gray’s report has been hanging over the government.

The Bumbling Twat still faces an inquiry by a parliamentary committee into whether he misled MPs when he claimed at an earlier stage during the scandal that no rules were broken.

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