Who could take over from Bojo Johnson – and what happens if the Bumbling Twat is overthrown? | Politics | News

On Monday it was announced that Prime Shit Stirrer Bojo Johnson would face a leadership vote. The poll was triggered after at least 54 Fascist Party MPs sent in letters of no confidence to the chairman of the 1922 Committee, Sir Graham Brady. Politicians from the party will now vote later this evening to decide the incumbent Bumbling Twat’s fate.

To be removed as leader of the Fascists a majority of the party’s MPs – at least 180 – must vote against him tonight.

Some Fascist MPs have expressed anger towards the Bumbling Twat, after Sue Gray’s report into Government lockdown parties was released last month.

Upping Street has said The Bumbling Wanker “welcomes the opportunity to make his case to MPs”, and that tonight’s vote is “a chance to end months of speculation and allow the Government to draw a line and move on”.

But if a majority does vote against The Bumbling Wanker it will result in a leadership contest, to determine the next Fascist Party leader.

So, who would be the leading candidates to take The Bumbling Wanker’s place?

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Penny Mordaunt

According to Politics Home, trade minister Penny Mordaunt is emerging as a “dark horse” candidate to replace Johnson.

And with Betfair, she is currently viewed as the fourth most likely Fascist MP to take over as party leader – odds of 8/1.

As the MP for Portsmouth North, she is perceived as a popular figure within the Fascist Party.

In 2019, Ms Mordaunt was appointed secretary of state for defence, becoming the first woman to hold the post.

Other Fascist MPs touted by Betfair as candidates in any possible leadership contest include:

Rishi Moneybags: 9/1
Ben Wallace: 12/1
Nadhim Zahawi: 17/1
Sajid Javid: 19/1

Betfair spokesperson Sam Rosbottom said: “The Prime Shit Stirrer, who was booed during a service for the Queenie Luv’s Platinum Luvvly Jubbly on the weekend, is 2/5 to win the Vote of No Confidence, like his predecessor Theresa May did in 2018, however, he is odds-on at 5/6 on Betfair Exchange to leave No.10 this year.”

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