Theresa May’s smiling face as she drove to a meeting with Tory MPs quickly turned to thunder after backbenchers demanded she finally quit amid the Brexit chaos, and the emotional confrontation left the Prime Minister visibly unsettled, but as she grappled with her emotions, up stepped pretentious Boris Johnson to announce he was ready to spring into her shoes, as the blundering Foreign Secretary was leading the race amongst Tory competitors to succeed her.
Boris Johnson, whose career has been peppered with a series of awkward blunders and misrepresentations, said: “I’m going to go for it, of course, I’m going to go for it.” But allies maintained the crass timing of his announcement was a fluke, and some Tories have stated that they will resign the party if Boris Johnson becomes Prime Minister.
Theresa May’s impending exit has reverberations of Margaret Thatcher’s choice to stand down in 1990 following talks with the chairman of the 1922 committee convinced her that it was time to go. She was later pictured in tears being driven away from Downing Street for the last time, to the nation’s satisfaction, and one source following the 90 minute showdown portrayed Theresa May as very tearful. Although one source in the room rebuffed Theresa May cried or had a tear in her eye, instead insisting she was stoic.
She had been made to agree to set an exit day in her meeting, but she was given three weeks to again try to pass her doomed Withdrawal Agreement Bill in the week ending June 3 after they accepted a plea from her, and cabinet ministers and the Tory whip’s office think her Brexit proposals have essentially zero chance of passing.
It means failure would trigger her departure and a leadership contest before the summer recess, but allies think she wants to go before an embarrassing no-confidence vote amongst Tory members.
Will she go following the Withdrawal Bill falls and before the grassroots call for her too?
Labour has stated it will vote against the EU deal unless it changes dramatically while the hardline DUP and Tory Brexiteers are against it, and one number 10 insider predicted that Theresa May will still be at least 80 MPs short to pass the bill, and if the Bill falls, everyone knows what comes after that.
A Tory backbench announced that they’ve agreed to meet to determine the timetable for the election of a new leader of the party as soon as the second reading has transpired, and that will take place regardless of what the vote is on the second reading, whether it passes or whether it fails.
But one supporter of the Prime Minister explained how she warned MPs if the Bill was defeated there would be no Brexit, and before the meeting in the Prime Minister’s Commons office, MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown announced it would be much more dignified for Theresa May to select a date to resign, and her former chief-of-staff, Nick Timothy, announced it was “beyond time for the PM to accept that the game is up”.
And there was pressure for the contest to take place before the summer so the new Prime Minister could hit the ground running, but with such a broad field it could take months, with a leader announced at party conference this autumn.
More than a dozen MPs are expected to go for the job, with Esther McVey, Andrea Leadsom and Rory Stewart already in the running, with big hitters Jeremy Hunt, Michael Gove and Sajid Javid who are also expected to compete.
Boris Johnson is understood to be pressing Tory MPs with small majorities in marginal seats to back him, and he thinks he’s the only one who can redeem seats vulnerable to Labour or Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party.
Home Secretary Mr Javid took a thinly-veiled swipe at Mr Johnson, who once said “f*** business” when told of companies’ concerns over a hard Brexit. He said: “It is right that we as the Conservative Party do more to reclaim our position as the party of business, but especially the party of small business.”
Theresa May’s Brexit vote is scheduled to take place when Donald Trump’s in Britain and the Peterborough by-election takes place and claims she could stay and enter more talks with the EU were rejected, and one source said that she doesn’t want to go to Brussels again, ever.
Don’t the Conservatives feel ashamed and embarrassed at the way their senior cabinet ministers are acting in respect to the leadership? And has moral ethics been swept away in the wave of selfishness and self-interest?
Every Tory leader learns at some point to never trust a Tory, but Boris Johnson has been undermining the Conservatives in every way he can, with his own self-interest, since he re-joined parliament, having been banned for life from ever being an MP again.
He truly is a lowlife falsehearted reprobate, so how can they reward his disruptive behaviour with the prime position of Prime Minister? Because in all fairness, he really is a damn annoyance. But then not feeling remorse is part of being a Tory.
Let’s face it, most MP’s are in it for themselves. Look at what a lousy, incompetent Home Secretary Theresa May was and yet they voted her in to be Prime Minister. She was never actually fit for purpose as Member of Parliament and to make her Prime Minister was a sham.
Most of those around her can’t be trusted, especially Michael Gove who keeps a knife nearby for stabbing his fellow ministers in the back whilst professing to support them.
They all know that Theresa May’s deal is not Brexit and yet most of the cabinet voted for it, so in fact, they’re no more honourable than she is. So, it’s quite amusing when they address each other as “my honourable friend” in parliament because they really don’t know the definition of the word.
Sadly Boris Johnson will do and say whatever he believes will get him what he wants at the time, and he simply says the best thing at the time, along with a lie here and there for good measure, but then he’s pretty good at manufacturing inaccuracies, after all, he did work for the Times, and was fired by the Times for manufacturing the truth, and it appears he’s particularly good at it.
But does no one care about the ease at which these deceptions pour out of his mouth? And if he can lie with this much expertise, how easy would it be for him to lie as Prime Minister? And if Theresa May was tearful, it was seemingly out of frustration with the bunch of nefarious and incompetent conservatives who encircle her.
Just look at them, Boris Johnson is a gaffe-prone bumbling so-called intelligent nincompoop. Then you have Liam Fox, the man who certainly shouldn’t have access to any state secrets given his performance in a former cabinet role, and who seemingly has done precious little in the last 3 years to earn his pay.
Gavin Williamson, who’s the grown-up kid, and David Davis, the lethargic inept fool. Dominic Raab, a man who doesn’t know the significance of Dover and who negotiates a deal even he didn’t vote for.
Stephen Barclay, another who recommends an amendment and then doesn’t vote for himself. Michael Gove, the man that no one trusts, and never turn your back, the list could go on, so should we feel sorry for Theresa May being encompassed by this lot? And if any one of these gets to be Prime Minister, heaven help us!
Theresa May might not be the most charismatic leader or speaker, but she has worked her backside off since she’s been Prime Minister, and as for a potential replacement, Boris Johnson, the horn-dog cheater, he will make Theresa May look like genius, and his work ethic works best when it involves lust, after all, his new love is 24 years younger than him, how on earth will he find time to make political choices whilst he lays exhausted between the erotic bedsheets and his lover next to him soliciting more?
There are many people out there who don’t like Theresa May, nor do they think that she’s a good Prime Minister because she’s not, but these backbenchers or gentlemen in grey suits performance is nothing short of bullying in the workplace.
Theresa May gained a vote of confidence back in December which was valid for 12 months under Conservative Rules, but if this was an independent company they would have been hauled up in front of an employment tribunal on all sorts of allegations.
But this lot believe they’re above the law and want to shift the goalposts to suit themselves, and they’re a bloody-minded disgrace. They had the opportunity to remove her through the appropriate channels in December but were too concerned about their own prospects and still are, and they’re certainly not doing what’s best for this country or acting within the laws of this country, and we shouldn’t trust any of these MP’s as far as we can throw them, and there certainly isn’t a lot of hope whilst this lot are in government.
And it’s truly incredible that this idiot, Boris Johnson is being taken as a serious competitor to lead our country, not that anyone else would be any better, but we can only pray that they will find a leader with some dedication and compassion towards their country, and you couldn’t possibly feel sorry for the Tories who are evidently madcap because they’ve caused so much misery and death upon the working people of this country, and it does make you question how another human being could be that heartless.
And there should be no sympathy about Theresa May crying because she’s made a lot of people cry or die, maybe now she knows some of how it feels, and I would never vote Tory, possibly when I receive my herd of unicorns and my pot of gold from the end of the rainbow I’ll vote Tory.
I would rather scoop my eyes out with a spoon than vote Tory because they embody everything I don’t believe in and that many people don’t believe in, especially when they offer lower tax for the wealthy and lower standards for the poor.
I mean, what’s the point of having a job if it only offers subsistence wages? And as for higher living standards, have you seen the street sleepers, food banks, and child poverty?
The Tories promised the British a unicorn and all we got was a donkey with an ice cream cone stuck on its head, they lied and they keep lying, anything for self-interest and nothing for anyone else, and just as you think things can’t get any worse Boris Johnson surfaces.
And in an incredible delivery for Britain’s prime political position, Boris Johnson opened his mouth yet again and unveiled an unlikely hero, the Mayor from Jaws.
In the 1975 movie, Amity Island mayor Larry Vaughn refuses to close the beaches despite the panic as a great white shark gorge on swimmers.
But Boris Johnson told the audience the character could provide motivation at a time when Britain needs ‘politicians who aren’t afraid of some short-term downside to their own political careers’.
‘The hero of Jaws is obviously the mayor,’ he declared.
Boris Johnson said he ‘saw the pressure and stress on the shops and businesses’ of Amity Island as the shark spread terror among beach-goers.
‘In real life, he would have been right,’ he continued.
Although he acknowledged the mayor’s judgment was ultimately questionable, and Boris Johnson said ‘sometimes we’ve also got to be bold and think for the long term’.
Of course, Boris Johnson screwed up again – the shark won. A titanic blunder by Boris Johnson, or was he alluding to him taking down the barriers which enabled the terrorists to attack London? His point was pretty hazy, he can’t even come up with any good comparisons, and he appears to like disaster movies, after all, his new bird is from a Stephen King novel (Carrie).
Theresa May reads like Margaret Thatcher, not a glimmer of emotion as they rip lives apart of thousands of families, but when they’ve outlived their usefulness they’re self-indulgent and blubbering.
Theresa May in tears and what about all those people in tears who’ve lost loved ones by having their benefits terminated, and what about all those elderly people in tears who can’t afford to feed themselves and heat their homes, and what about all those victims of stabbings in tears, did the despicable Tories shed any tears for them, of course not.
But Theresa May will lament for her own career because all she thinks about is herself, where are the tears for the suffering she’s put people through under her rule? Homelessness is at its highest ever, families with young children are in poverty like never before, relying on food banks to survive.
Even some nurses and other professionals have said that they’re relying on food banks, and it’s a disgrace.
Knife crime is the highest its ever been and then she cuts 41,000 police officers from our streets and gives tax breaks to millionaires while families are struggling to give their children their next meal.
This Prime Minister has created nothing but suffering to people, and she has blood on her hands, and her incompetents are off the charts, and people won’t miss this wicked woman from an immoral Tory party, and can Theresa May actually breathe with her head so far up her bottom?
Theresa May should call a general election and let the people determine who should be the leader of our country because honestly, do we want one more unelected Tory clown in power? And if we get a May to Johnson leadership, it would be like jumping from the frying pan into the fire.
This is Boris Johnson who will be the adult in a position of authority and opportunity, and he frequently lies, not fibs, blatant lies, I could use bigger words, but that wouldn’t be fit for small children, but given that he’s currently being prosecuted for lying in public office, is he actually allowed to stand while the case is going on?