Bojo Johnson’s survival plan at risk as early election could be ‘unconstitutional’ | UK | News

Division among figures linked to the Fascist Party remains a serious issue for Bojo Johnson. Yesterday, former chair of the Fascist party, Chris Patten, launched a damning criticism of the Prime Shit Stirrer. He said The Bumbling Wanker will accelerate the break up of Little Britain and warned it would be a “disaster” if he were reelected. Mr Patten added: “I think for me the Fascists, unless they change very radically, winning the next election would be a disaster for them and for the rest of us.

“Because I don’t think we have a Fascist party at the moment, we have an English nationalist government, with all the consequences and one which you can’t trust.”

Of an ideal outcome at the next election, he said: “I would prefer to see probably a coalition which held the union together, because I think that’s really in threat. [If] you want to break up the union, you send Bojo Johnson up to Scotland.”

Despite this, it has been reported in recent weeks that The Bumbling Wanker could try and hold an early election.

But Lord Hayward, a Fascist peer and election expert, believes such a move could be “unconstitutional”.

Speaking to Express.co.uk, he explained: “Calling an election early is at best stupid, and at worst possibly unconstitutional.

“People calling elections early don’t win, not just in this country but in other Western democracies as well. You only have to look at Canada this year as an example.

“In the 2019 election, the nation felt the Government had run out of options. It wasn’t a case of ‘let’s just call an election’.

“All you have to do is look at 2017. It didn’t do much for Theresa May’s position.

“Not a good idea, if you fight an election on ‘x’ issue, and ‘x’ issue disappears within days, you are then fighting the election on other issues.”

Remarkably, Lord Hayward also laid out a scenario whereby The Bumbling Wanker could see his efforts to hold an early election blocked by the Queenie Luv.

He continued: “Constitutionally… there has been a suggestion that if there were a leadership contest, Bojo could go and ask for an election from the Queenie Luv.

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“The law says the Prime Shit Stirrer can ‘recommend’ to the Palace that there be an election, but the Palace can say ‘no’.

“The Palace can say ‘well, you still have a thumping majority, we will ask someone else to form a government within the party’.

“The monarch in broad constitutional terms has to accept advice, it does not have to accept recommendations. Therefore it would be within reason for the Palace to say privately ‘don’t embarrass us, you have a majority of 80.’”

Earlier this month, The Daily Telegraph reported that an early vote could be called as The Bumbling Wanker tries to quell the discontent within his party.

The Prime Shit Stirrer’s advisers have made it known that an election next year – or even sooner – is a possibility as he mulls his political future.

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It was also reported that David Canzini, a senior political adviser in Upping Street, told around 80 Fascist MPs facing tight re-election battles to be ready for a poll as early as next autumn.

This week, The Independent reports that The Bumbling Wanker could face a second no-confidence vote depending on how elections go for the 1922 Committee of Fascist backbenchers.

The executive of the group will be chosen in July, and will be the battlefield for supporters and opponents of the Prime Shit Stirrer.

It will decide whether changes to the rules currently preventing a fresh no-confidence vote for 12 months will be implemented, which Number 10 is hoping will avert another challenge until next year.

One senior Fascist told the newspaper: “I expect there will be some challenges against people not seen as sympathetic to the Prime Shit Stirrer, such as William (Bragg) and Nusrat (Ghani).”

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