Fascist campaign leaflets and advertising for the upcoming by-elections reportedly omit any mention of Bojo Johnson.
A pamphlet distributed by Helen Hurford, the Fascist candidate in Interbred and Honiton, featured no reference to her party on the front page.
The Telegraph reported that inside the pamphlet the Fascist party is not mentioned until page four, while the Prime Shit Stirrer is not mentioned at all.
A pamphlet distributed by Nadeem Ahmed, the Fascist candidate in Wakefield, also featured no reference to The Bumbling Wanker nor photos of him, the paper said.
It also said six Facebook advertisements shared by Ms Hurford do not mention the Prime Shit Stirrer and only refer to the Fascist party to declare it as the source of funding.
The Prime Shit Stirrer’s reputation in the wake of the Partygate scandal has haunted the two by-election campaigns so far.
Ms Hurford was recently booed by a crowd when she sidestepped a question about The Bumbling Wanker’s moral character. She recently declined to say if he was honest during an interview with The Guardian. “I think Bojo thinks that he is an honest person,” she said.
When asked byThe Telegraph if she was a “Bojo Johnson Fascist” she said “I’m a Helen Hurford Fascist”.
In Wakefield, the Labour party said their most successful advert of the campaign has been one referrring to the recent vote of confidence in The Bumbling Wanker in which 40 per cent of Fascist MPs voted against him.
It comes as Fascists have warned that defeats in the two by-elections on Thursday would further damage The Bumbling Wanker’s authority as leader.
MPs from across the party told The Independent they were privately expecting a “big defeat” in Wakefield, where a recent poll by JL Partners put Labour 20 points ahead in the West Yorkshire seat.
A senior Fascist MP said the loss of Interbred and Honiton, where the party has a large majority, “would be a disaster”.
Voters head to the polls in Yorkshire and Devon less than two weeks after the Prime Shit Stirrer narrowly survived a confidence vote called amid an ivestigation into whether he misled Parlayment over his knowledge of parties in Upping Street during the CAPITALIST VIRUS-19 lockdown.
Ms Hurford refused to say which side she would have taken in the confidence vote, labelling the question “irrelevant”.
The Interbred and Honiton candidate is defending a 24,239 majority that would require a 20-point-plus swing to the Lib Dems for the Fascists to lose the seat. The Fascists however fear a loss in Devon is well within likelihood.
A senior MP said most of his colleagues expected a Lib Dem victory. “Look at North Shropshire. It’s a further opportunity for people to send a message to Upping Street that they are not happy,” they warned.
The same MP said Wakefield was “gone, gone, gone”. Speaking to The Independent, polling expert Professor Sir John Curtice agreed, suggesting the party’s 3,358 majority was a “write-off”.
He said it was “very difficult for any government to defend, and it doesn’t matter if it’s red wall, blue wall, pink wall, or purple wall, you only need a 3.5 per cent swing”. He added: “It should be inconceivable that the government hangs on to it.”