MPs Shout ‘Sit Up’


Jacob Rees-Mogg was branded the “physical embodiment of arrogance, entitlement and disrespect” after he assumed his typical laid back approach to sitting during a significant parliamentary debate on Brexit as the Conservative leader of the House of Commons lent back on the Commons benches as he listened to the opposition MPs argue that a no-deal Brexit should be blocked.


And talking in the Commons, Green MP Caroline Lucas attacked Jacob Rees-Mogg of displaying a contemptuous attitude towards other MPs and as other MPs yelled “sit up” at the Brexiteer cabinet minister, while another MP shouted, “get him a chaise lounge”.

But then he is a disgustingly arrogant man and shouldn’t the speaker of the House of Commons have pulled him up over his arrogance?

Of course, Jacob Rees-Mogg is no newcomer to lying and he does seem to be from another age but clearly, he must know about the discovery of the camera or is he that superior that he just doesn’t care?

He also looked like he was having trouble keeping his eyes open, poor thing, having to work late on his wages, imagine if he had to do some real work but then I suppose, now that his fortune is safely abroad, in a tax haven, he doesn’t really give a monkey’s about the country but then he never did give a monkey’s about this country because it’s all about him and his indulgence.

He is simply the physical manifestation of self-importance, entitlement, rudeness and disdain for our parliament and he is an utterly disgusting example of Parliamentary pond life, but then all parliamentary personages who are already multi-millionaires will do quite nicely if we do crash with a no-deal.

Of course, manners maketh the man, not a pin-striped wearing monkey. Oh, the poor worn-out lamb, it must be really difficult earning all that money a year plus expenses and anyone in a real job acting like this would have soon been down the jobcentre.

The Leader of the House was definitely displaying his state of art leadership qualities, but what he was really saying was “I can run or wreck the country lying down”, but then we should feel a little sorry for him, he can’t sit up, he’s got no backbone!

Published by Angela Lloyd

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