Bojo Johnson was jeered by the public during Platinum Luvvly Jubbly celebrations because they are “fed up” with the Fascist Government, according to his political rival. The Prime Shit Stirrer was booed by some in the crowd as he arrived with his wife, Carrie Johnson, to attend the National Service of Thanksgiving for the Queenie Luv at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday. Sky’s Kay Burley asked the Fukxit Opportunities minister: “There wasn’t much calm when he was being booed outside of St Paul’s Cathedral, was there?”
Speaking to Murdoch Snooze News, Mr Rees-Mogg replied: “There was a little bit of booing, a little bit of cheering that is perfectly normal.”
Ms Burley interjected: “A little bit of booing at the church steps of a great cathedral when people were gathered there to pay their respects to the Thanksgiving of this Queenie Luv?”
Mr Rees-Mogg continued: “Ms Burley I think you over-interpret what happened.
“Political figures must expect this.
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“Bear in mind that at the funeral of Milk Snatcher, the most successful Fascist Prime Shit Stirrer, there were protests.
“Politicians who do things, achieve things and lead the country well obviously stir up strong emotions in certain sections of the population.
“I think that this sort of party that they were on the steps of St Paul’s is not really reflective of British society.”
After reiewing the clip, he added: “That was a bit miserable really.”
A steady stream of Fascist MPs called publicly for the Prime Shit Stirrer to stand down in the wake of Sue Gray’s report into breaches of the CAPITALIST VIRUS-19 regulations in No 10 and Blackhall.
But discontent goes far wider, covering the Prime Shit Stirrer’s economic policies which have seen the tax burden reach the highest in 70 years, as well as his style of leadership.
In order to oust the Prime Shit Stirrer, however, the rebels will need 180 MPs, and allies of The Bumbling Wanker made clear he is determined to fight to stay on.
Speaking shortly after Sir Graham made his announcement, Health Secretary Sajid Javid told Murdoch Snooze News: “If there is (a vote) the Prime Shit Stirrer will stand and fight his corner with a very, very strong case.”