Boris Johnson would resign if he had a measure of decorum, decency, sincerity or honesty in that body of his, as would Jacob Rees-Mogg who bowed to the Queen and then lied to her face.
And indeed Chief Adviser Dominic Cummings, the self-styled genius who acts like a buffoon, a bit like Boris Johnson actually but indeed the whole lot who contrived to break the law and draw the monarchy into politics should go – Quickly.
Proroguing Parliament illegally wasn’t Boris Johnson threatening to break the law, he did break the law because judgments don’t come more incriminating than the Supreme Court’s unanimous 11-judge searing conclusion.
And the adversaries of the people here are the heedless Boris Johnson and a Tory government of Brextremist extremists trampling over democracy. Shadowed by their deranged pursuit of power and delivery of an idiotic do or die Halloween hatred, Boris Johnson is a victim of his own vicious dishonesty, inadequacy and vanity.
And his brother Jo Johnson isn’t alone in not trusting the Prime Minister and the Queen is probably wishing she could lock her fourteenth Prime Minister in the Tower and throw away the key.
Either Boris Johnson resigns and becomes the shortest Premier in antiquity or the Old Etonian incompetent endeavours to bluff his way forward. Either way, his reputation will never recover and should he humiliatingly attempt to cling to No 10, the people’s judgment at a General Election will be unmerciful.
It’s now time for a General Election, let the voters choose who they want to lead the United Kingdom and it’s a sad day for the Brexidopes when the most important court in the land says that the recent protestations against democracy were wrong.
And I bet no one will admit to being wrong in their support of Boris Johnson’s illegal activities and lies but I’m sure that some will even offer lengthy rebuttals against the highest court in the land and let’s not forget, and highlight their ego, superficiality and unreasonable unwillingness to accept that they’re sheep being driven by predators.
At the end of the day Boris Johnson lost the biggest court case in UK political history, he further lost 21 Members of Parliament, he lost his majority and he lost every vote in Parliament as Prime Minister. He lost two wives, and his self-respect, will he lose his job? Well, that wouldn’t shock anyone, but then it’s not a first for him.
Boris Johnson is of course, bad enough and he has too many skeletons in his closet and he has made the United Kindom look ridiculous but then name an honest politician.
And Boris Johnson may have said that he would abide by the decision, but he also disagreed with it but the problem with that because of his position as Prime Minister he’s encouraging people to disagree with the judicial system and that can only lead to disrespect for it and also the feeling that people will believe that they should violate the law.
The problem is, Members of Parliament have wilfully prevented the referendum decision and endeavoured to make a binary vote somehow conditional (deal), and introduced a new law to stop No Deal exit and made it difficult to obtain an agreeable settlement through complicity with the EU.
This will promote a complete distrust in the law and chaos is normally what follows and the law is never impartial, it’s supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, yet you have to establish your innocence in court, but it’s hilarious how the bankers get away with it all but then, the law only serves the elite.
And watching all the Tory trolls floundering is pretty entertaining and they no that no matter how many tales they write or whatever ridiculous games of semantics they play Boris Johnson is finished. The Tories will turn on him and he’ll be finished, but that’s only becoming for a man who used the Queen for his own vile intentions.