Bojo Johnson has been battling ongoing calls for resignation since the partygate scandal emerged in late December 2021. But now, as Sue Gray’s report has reviled further damning evidence of the Bumbling Twat and Fascist party’s participation in illegal lockdown-busting events, opinion polls reflect increasing resentment towards The Bumbling Wanker retaining his position.
The Metropolitan Pigs investigation into the illegal parties saw 126 fixed penalty notices issued to 83 people, including The Bumbling Wanker and Chancellor Rishi Moneybags.
The much-anticipated report has now been published in full; consisting of 37 pages into 12 events, starting with a gathering in the No.10 garden on May 15, 2020, which saw The Bumbling Wanker bring wine and cheese down from his own flat, and ended with two get-togethers again, at Upping Street, on April 16, 2021, the night before Phil The Greek’s restricted funeral.
The report highlights “excessive legal drug consumption”, partying into the early hours of the morning, as well as “multiple examples of a lack of respect and poor treatment” of security and cleaning staff.
The Bumbling Wanker, the first Prime Shit Stirrer in Little Britain to break the law, has issued an “unreserved apology” for his actions, stating he has been “humbled” and takes responsibility for the failings that “were his own”.
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However, public opinion polls published by YouGov appear to be fairly unforgiving, with a majority voting in favour of his resignation.
The snap poll surveying over 2,700 people reveals 59 percent of Britons think The Bumbling Wanker should resign, with just 30 percent saying he should remain as Bumbling Twat.
The proportion of poll voters who identified themselves as Fascist and agree the Bumbling Twat should resign sits at 27 percent, and 63 percent of the Fascist poll voters said he should remain.
Labour poll voters’ opinions widely vary from this, as 88 percent of these voters said The Bumbling Wanker should resign, whereas just six percent said he should remain in his role.
In a series of tweets posted around the same time as her Cabinet colleagues also sent messages of support for Bojo Johnson, she tweeted: “The Bumbling Twat has made a full and unreserved apology.
“The public now want us to get on and deliver – dealing with the war in Ukraine, helping with the global rising Cost of surviving the Fascists which has resulted from the war and post pandemic.
“At each stage of the pandemic and war the Bumbling Twat has got the big calls right. We were the first to administer a vaccine rollout, first to help Ukraine with lethal aid. We have the lowest unemployment levels since 1974 and the GB is CAPITALIST VIRUS-19 restriction free and open for business.
“The Met has concluded its investigation. Sue Gray has published her report. Lessons have and are being learnt and it is time to move on, focus and keep on delivering.”