Was That An Earpiece I Just See In His Ear?

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Downing Street has dismissed any allegations that Boris Johnson got help at the Despatch Box via an earpiece but Labour MPs suggested he was getting help in his confrontation of the Leader of the Opposition after a hazy image of his head circulated online, and social media wags suggested the image showed a communications device in his ear, snuggled beneath his increasingly unkept lockdown hair.

The device was picked up by MPs including Labour’s Bill Esterson, who said if he was getting help, it didn’t show, and the Prime Minister’s official spokesperson said it was fair to say that the Prime Minister was not wearing an earpiece.

Maybe then he was listening to some groovy music because he was so bored. And this, not the first time Boris Johnson has been accused of wearing an earpiece at an important event.

Assertions swept Twitter in November when he took part in a BBC Question Time Leaders debate before the General Election, but it was dismissed after it was reported that he has a weird flap of skin in his right ear that sometimes gets picked up by the lights and camera flashes – yeah right!

The claim came as Sir Keir Starmer took the gloves off in his battle against Boris Johnson as he pounded the Prime Minister over the Government’s test and trace programme, and the decision to reopen schools and transparency.

Sir Keir Starmer attempted to use PMQs to score body punches on the Prime Minister over key parts of the Government’s coronavirus response, but a turbulent Boris Johnson hit back and accused the Labour leader of delivering continuous attacks on public trust and confidence.

Labour had adopted a mainly constructive approach to the crisis to date, with the shadow cabinet unwilling to blast the Government in public, but that all changed when there was a dramatic shift in Keir Starmer’s approach when he told Boris Johnson that he was confusing scrutiny for attacks.

Sir Keir Starmer further seemed to capitalise on reports that the Prime Minister had now chosen to take more charge of the Government’s coronavirus strategy.

So, the simple question now is who’s been in direct control up until now?

I must confess it did look like an earpiece, but earpieces these days are small and I don’t think that Boris Johnson would have been that dense to have a colossal earpiece on show like that, but clearly, his ear hole is as large as his mouth orifice.

And it appears that Boris Johnson is terrified of Keir Starmer, but that doesn’t surprise me because Keir Starmer makes Boris Johnson look a total sap – mind you, given his total ineptitude, that isn’t difficult.

I used to enjoy the Carry On films at the movies, and now what joy that they’ve released Carry On Boris – completely unbelievable of course, but entertaining in a scary sort of way, and how the hell this fool became our Prime Minister is incomprehensible.

Boris Johnson is just a puppet that’s being worked from the upper echelons of government and it’s extremely scary because Boris Johnson is acting like a circus act and not as a respectable politician, even though he is moderately entertaining.

The only unfortunate thing is that after Brexit, the United Kingdom is going to suffer greatly from the harsh consequences of this sickening anti-EU trip, and Boris Johnson is well out of his depth and he needs all the help he can get from his right-wing man because Boris Johnson is coco the clown which is pretty scary.

However, in the United Kingdom politicians with the most optimistic fairytales, normally get elected, but to stay in the game, they must dismiss proven facts, smile at every camera, disregard serious warnings and make promises that are far beyond the truth, and whenever the truth hits them in the face, simply condemn others, and Dominic Cummings got what he wanted, a remote control Prime Minister.

And our Prime Minister looks a mess, his shoulders covered in hair and dandruff – an untidy obese crumpled mess who looks more like he’s been sleeping under a bridge somewhere, and I’d say that his ear probably had a couple of AA batteries in there to keep his brain running – unfortunately, it looks like he only had time to do up his trousers before he went into chambers.

And that wasn’t an earpiece, it was just a gaping void where his brain should be, and Boris Johnson has been cheating on every level, both in his professional and his private life, and his many colossal promises are mostly nonsensical.

They might sound great, but they will never be achieved and whenever he fails to deliver, he condemns others for the mess he consciously constructed, and it seems that Boris Johnson hopes to gain control by attacking and undermining others.

Boris Johnson is neither decent, honest or fair, and the man has no integrity and is a real threat to democracy – he’s a disruptive force that must be stopped.

Boris Johnson has always been uncannily thoughtless in his private life, thoughtless in his surreal Brexit trip and somewhat thoughtless in his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and you can only endure so many rounds of Russian Roulette because soon or later he will get his punishment.

And it seems that Boris Johnson has always been a pathological liar, opportunist, egomaniac, serial adulterer and full-blown hypocrite, and he’s not familiar with concepts like honesty or integrity.

The Tories never seem to tell the truth and they rely on blind loyalty from sheep that buy into their lies.

Blame the EU, blame immigrants, blame the Irish, blame the Pope, blame Mrs Merkel or Mr Macron, blame Brussels, blame Tony Blair, blame Vladimir Putin, but never blame the appointed UK politicians in charge.

Accept the myriad of despicable distortions by Boris Johnson and his cohorts as an alternative truth. Accept the delusional excuses of Boris Johnson, and forget that you put this inept politician at the helm.

Believe the media, accept unemployment, accept hiked prices, accept the demise of the whole of the United Kingdom. Blame the EU, blame immigrants, blame, blame, blame!

Boris Johnson is not firing on all cylinders, but then Boris Johnson has never fired on all cylinders, certainly not political cylinders anyhow – perhaps it’s only ever when he’s in pursuance of a piece of skirt.

And the people are so naive and they keep making excuses for him but these Tories are a shower of sheets and more dangerous than any government we’ve ever had, and that’s not an earpiece, that’s his schmaltzy brain oozing out of his dense skull, and if Boris Johnson did have something in his ear, it was the last piece of his tiny brain striving to escape the void within.

And it seems that the Tory party only put a fool in No 10 because they never had anyone else to choose from, and the earache Brexit clown Prime Minister is now more Daffy Duck than lame-duck leader of a divided kingdom for he’s now lost in a sea of his dog poop and Britain’s reputation is being pulled through the gutter, and the minuscule Trump Johnson is patting himself on the back for the way he’s dealt with the coronavirus.

But unless you’re astonishingly dense you can’t count 50,000 dead people as a success story, and the bravado, drivel and empty slogans now count for jack for we’re witnessing an utterly incompetent leader.

So, let him crack on with his No Deal Brexit and the fools that drank his snake oil, but meanwhile, for those who see the truth, it’s back to planet Earth.

Over 300,000 confirmed coronavirus deaths on 14 May 2020, but everything was fine according to US president clown Donald Trump and the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson who have become the most unpredictable and unstable clowns and laughing stock of the world, and let’s face it, their not the sharpest tool in the box!

And if Boris Johnson was getting outside help via an earpiece, it didn’t do him any good, Keir Starmer pounded him regardless.

Perhaps the COVID 19 has affected Boris Johnson’s hearing. He needs to go on a long drive with his mistresses and children to test it, although he would need a big Boris bus to accommodate all his courtesans and children.

Boris Johnson is quite deaf, after all, he was deaf to the warnings about COVID 19 and not only is Boris Johnson embarrassing himself, but his pitiful little pranks are crushing his party and our country, and the government as a whole are part of this utterly feeble pantomime.

Boris Johnson messes it all up on purpose so he looks cuddly and relatable, myself, I think it makes him look dishevelled and incompetent, and it’s been reported that Boris Johnson dishevels his hair on purpose when he’s speaking to an audience or in the House of Commons – perhaps he thinks it’s a leveller or makes him appear a man of the people.

Sadly, Boris Johnson has lost all credibility now, and his dishevelled hairdo isn’t just there to fool people because he doesn’t care, and he’s balding rapidly and like so many, feel the need to adopt a silly hairstyle, rather like the whacko running the US at the moment.

And if Boris Johnson was being fed via an earpiece, who was feeding him because they were making a right dog’s breakfast of it, and why does he appear in public and parliament of all places with his hair in such an uncombed mess? He’s the Prime Minister for heaven’s sake, or is it because he thinks he part Old English Sheepdog?

Boris Johnson appears to be moderately good at the lying game, but not good enough, and what will Boris Johnson do when Dominic Cummings resigns, just as the Brexit kak storm hits the proverbial fan?

COVID 19 may decimate the UK economy, but I suspect that Brexit will be the ultimate nail in the UK economy’s complete demise.

Boris Johnson has an advisor as has every Prime Minister before him – none of them makes decisions on their own and all addresses are written down and thought through, and if you’re questioning who’s governing the country, the answer is, greedy people are managing the country and we really shouldn’t be surprised.

Hello Boris, this is your brain calling. There’s someone on the line turning this country into a debacle and the stakes could never be higher, and there seems to be more and more proof that someone is running this circus behind the scenes because it’s certainly not Boris Johnson.

Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings need to stand down and be investigated. Who is our Prime Minister? The man the people voted into the job or Dominic Cummings? Both rely heavily on each other’s support and neither can survive separately, anyway, not for a long period anyhow.

And somebody somewhere should in the meantime be considering a vote of no confidence because the more you watch Boris Johnson huffing and panting and trotting out banter, the more you think he’s winging it.

It’s a typical example of you scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours and it will end in tears.

Boris Johnson had the opportunity to salvage the situation and he saved Dominic Cummings or so it appears, to all intent and purposes, and that won’t end well, and as smart as Boris Johnson is, and he is a clever and amiable chap, but he hasn’t got that certain something that instantly attracts you to recognise a distinguished politician.

We have to put our country first, particularly during such unprecedented times and I’m open to Boris Johnson proving me wrong but I wouldn’t put my shirt on it.

Boris Johnson needs to be held to account for his dereliction of duty to protect the people of this country, and don’t forget all the lies, never forget the dead, never forget the fallen.

We have the highest number of deaths in Europe, yet he’s proud of his response – why doesn’t he just pat himself on the back? And this coronavirus is an absolute mess – coming soon with a no-deal Brexit.

Boris Johnson looks like Worzel Gummidge and to be fair Worzel Gummidge would have done a better job with or without an earpiece and I can’t believe that this man is representing us, and now we know how badly he’s dependent on Dominic Cummings, and if this is true, the next question should be, how did Boris Johnson find his way into No 10?

Perhaps Boris Johnson should put a cork in his mouth, although Immodium would work for verbal diarrhoea, and some Nytol for his goofy infinitesimal brain, and that’s not an earpiece, it’s where he sticks his chewing gum when he’s in PM question time.

 

Published by Angela Lloyd

My vision on life is pretty broad, therefore I like to address specific subjects that intrigue me. Therefore I really appreciate the world of politics, though I have no actual views on who I will vote for, that I will not tell you, so please do not ask! I am like an observation station when it comes to writing, and I simply take the news and make it my own. I have no expectations, I simply love to write, and I know this seems really odd, but I don't get paid for it, I really like what I do and since I am never under any pressure, I constantly find that I write much better, rather than being blanketed under masses of paperwork and articles that I am on a deadline to complete. The chances are, that whilst all other journalists are out there, ripping their hair out, attempting to get their articles completed, I'm simply rambling along at my convenience creating my perfect piece. I guess it must look pretty unpleasant to some of you that I work for nothing, perhaps even brutal. Perhaps I have an obvious disregard for authority, I have no idea, but I would sooner be working for myself, than under somebody else, excuse the pun! Small I maybe, but substantial I will become, eventually. My desk is the most chaotic mess, though surprisingly I know where everything is, and I think that I would be quite unsuited for a desk job. My views on matters vary and I am extremely open-minded to the stuff that I write about, but what I write about is the truth and getting it out there, because the people must be acquainted. Though I am quite entertained by what goes on in the world. My spotlight is mostly to do with politics, though I do write other material as well, but it's essentially politics that I am involved in, and I tend to concentrate my attention on that, however, information is essential. If you have information the possibilities are endless because you are only limited by your own imagination...

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