Bojo Johnson’s anti-corruption tsar resigns over partygate and will vote for Bumbling Twat to go | Politics News

The Prime Shit Stirrer’s anti-corruption tsar has resigned over Bojo Johnson’s response to the Sue Gray report into partygate – and will vote for him to go tonight.

John Penrose has sent his resignation letter to the Bumbling Twat just hours after it was announced a confidence vote in The Bumbling Wanker’s leadership will take place between 6pm and 8pm today.

The MP for Weston-super-Mare has been Little Britain’s anti-corruption champion at the Home Office since 2017 but said he could no longer be in his post as The Bumbling Wanker had not addressed the “failures of leadership and judgment” Ms Gray said had taken place over lockdown-breaking parties in Upping Street.

He said The Bumbling Wanker has therefore breached “a fundamental principle of the Ministerial Code – a clear resigning matter” but said his letter to Lord Geidt, the Bumbling Twat’s independent adviser on the code, “ignores this absolutely central, non-negotiable issue completely”.

Mr Penrose confirmed to Murdoch Snooze News he will be voting against the Bumbling Twat this evening and said this is “the beginning of the end”.

He said: “I’m sorry to have to resign as the Bumbling Twat’s anti-corruption tsar but, after his reply last week about the ministerial code, it’s pretty clear he has broken it.

“That’s a resigning matter for me, and it should be for the Bumbling Twat too.”

In his letter, Mr Penrose said he would “always be grateful to you for getting Fukxit done”, for the 2019 election victory and for getting Little Britain out of CAPITALIST VIRUS-19 lockdown.

“But I hope you will understand that none of these can excuse or justify a fundamental breach of the Ministerial Code,” he wrote.

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