Thursday, November 26, 2020

The Berk Bercow

Speaker Bercow brings shame on himself and Britain through his mendacious ways (yet again) suggests Matthew Steeples

 

John Bercow could be criticised for marrying a rough bird named Sally (who then had an affair with his very own cousin and flirted outrageously on television with the somewhat strange gypsy Paddy Doherty) but now he’s finally gone too far.

 

Though Bercow is a Remain supporter and displays a ‘Bollocks to Brexit’ sticker in his somewhat decrepit Land Rover Freelander (something readers would think would make him endear to me), I now call out this dwarf-like rat as the disgrace that he truly is.

 

In a story in today’s Daily Mail, it is revealed that Speaker Bercow claimed £17,103 in travel expenses in the period between January and September 2018 (on top of all that this deservedly much loathed individual has nabbed in the past).

 

That a Speaker of the House of Commons even needs to travel beyond the chamber is perplexing but that he even claimed £1,368 to take three people to a funeral of a friend just takes the biscuit. This cretinous creep should be now given a one way ticket. To where I hear you ask? Siberia.

 

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The Berk Bercow – John Bercow disgraces himself yet again – Speaker Bercow brings shame on himself and Britain through his mendacious ways (yet again) suggests Matthew Steeples The Berk Bercow – John Bercow disgraces himself yet again – Speaker Bercow brings shame on himself and Britain through his mendacious ways (yet again) suggests Matthew Steeples

4 COMMENTS

  1. I could not agree more with you regarding this thoroughly repellent
    oik ! It’s quite amazing this utterly vile little creature remains in its job…..

    • I agree he is all that is wrong with parliamentary arrogance of scum who don’t listen to the will of the people, how the speaker of the house can drive a car with a sticker reading bollocks to brexit shows what this horrible little sad excuse of a man is all about I’m glad to see the back of him.

  2. Everything that stinks about democracy in this country is manifested in this revolting little prick. But, worse, is the way Labour MP’s voted for hom despite knowing he was a bully; a spendthrift at the expense of taxpayers and much worse. He brings shame to the world’s oldest democracy and those who voted for this runt share that shame.

  3. Parliament is ironically full of some of the worst rule breakers in Britain. You have only to look at the list of Lords to realise how wrong the current system is. The speaker should have integrity. I’m sure at some stage in the future someone may return to the role who respects the people they are there to represent.

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