Friday, October 30, 2020

The Collapse of The Clown

Despite all of Dominic Cummings’ efforts Boris Johnson is morphing into the most miserable Prime Minister of modern times; how much longer will the blubbering buffoon ‘Bosie The Clown’ last?

Whilst Sir Keir Starmer’s wife bothered to accompany him to the Battle of Britain service at Westminster Abbey yesterday, there was no sign of ‘Bosie The Clown’s’ flash-in-the-pan fiancée Carrie Symonds.

 

Tellingly as gossip circulates that the Prime Minister’s latest ‘breeder’ has possibly left him and that he has allegedly formed an especially close connection with Laura Kuenssberg, Boris Johnson has also been forced to deny claims by la Repubblica that he had flown to Perugia, Italy on Friday 11th September and left on Monday morning. Described subsequently in the Mail Online as a “secret jaunt” to visit Evening Standard owner Evgeny Lebedev at his palatial castle, that the British premier has supposedly been jetting around as a second lockdown looms large is an utter outrage.

 

Elsewhere in the Mirror on Saturday, “those close to” Johnson shared that he has “misery etched on his face” due to “existing pressures” and “concerns” over how he can support his children – “at least six” according to Wikipedia, but possibly more – due to having had to give up his £275,000 per year Daily Telegraph column and “lucrative fees for speaking arrangements.”

 

Going further, one “friend” pathetically bleated to The Times:

 

“Boris, like other prime ministers, is very, very badly served. He doesn’t have a housekeeper – he has a single cleaner and they’re worried about being able to afford a nanny.”

 

“He’s stuck in the flat and Downing Street is not a nice place to live. It’s not like the Élysée or the White House where you can get away from it all because they’re so big. Even if he or Carrie want to go into the rose garden they have to go through the office. “

 

Dubbed also as someone “desperately lonely and unhappy on the inside” whom “stuffs in more mouthfuls and knocks back the cheapo plonk at an alarming rate” by Sasha Swire in her explosive memoirs, it seems the wheels are well and truly falling off Boris Johnson’s once “calculating machine.” All bets are on for how much longer this blubbering buffoon will last.

 

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The Collapse of The Clown – The downfall of Boris Johnson – Despite all of Dominic Cummings’ efforts Boris Johnson is morphing into the most miserable Prime Minister of modern times; how much longer will the blubbering buffoon ‘Bosie The Clown’ last?
The Collapse of The Clown – In July, businessman James Stunt told his Instagram followers about the widely circulated story on Twitter about clown-like Boris Johnson’s closeness to Laura Kuenssberg.
The Collapse of The Clown – The downfall of Boris Johnson – Despite all of Dominic Cummings’ efforts Boris Johnson is morphing into the most miserable Prime Minister of modern times; how much longer will the blubbering buffoon ‘Bosie The Clown’ last?
The Collapse of The Clown – Further woes have resulted for Johnson this morning after the BBC revealed that “the husband of a Russian socialite [named Lubov Chernukhin] who is the Conservative Party’s biggest female donor was secretly funded by an oligarch with close ties to Vladimir Putin.” Here, indeed, is a Prime Minister whose proximity to questionable wealth and those connected with Kremlin interference is proof of his cronyism.
The Collapse of The Clown – The downfall of Boris Johnson – Despite all of Dominic Cummings’ efforts Boris Johnson is morphing into the most miserable Prime Minister of modern times; how much longer will the blubbering buffoon ‘Bosie The Clown’ last?
The Collapse of The Clown – On Friday, in the ‘Evening Standard,’ “old friend” of Boris Johnson, Petronella Wyatt remarked: “[He] appears to have been kidnapped and replaced with some dour, repressive doppelgänger. I no longer recognise the former libertarian, whose car used to be littered with unpaid parking fines. This is not even a Conservative Government, and Tory voters are rightly infuriated by the new assaults on their liberty.”

2 COMMENTS

  1. Time for him to head off to the wheatfields to join his predecessor. The total Balls up of Brexit, the Chaos of Covid, both make bridge building pale into insignicance.

  2. I thought Boris was going to be a breath of fresh air after the muppet before him. His handling of the Covid outbreak has been a bloody joke. While people might say our handling down under of that situation was a bit over the top, his handling of it has been a joke. I have said all along, the UK is heading for disaster as you head into winter, and your hospitals won’t be able to handle the next out break when it hits. This is all because the govt has put the economy before peoples health, the pawns are expendable.

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