On Monday, Karam Bharij, a member of the ‘P45 For Keith Vaz’ Facebook group, shared an image of two men taking down a sign – captioned ‘Keith Vaz – On Your Side’ – from the now disgraced rent boy loving ex-MP Keith Vaz’s constituency office.
Accompanied by the description: “Keith Vaz – office removal – Sign comes down – would have thought he would need a truck to carry away all the industrial washing machines to his house from Leicester Melton road.”
Of the activity, one member of the group, Adam Letts, commented: “[Vaz] seems to do everything at night. Take signs down, get decorating quotations!!” whilst another, Loyd Harrald, stole the former MPs own mantra and remarked: “Let’s get this party started.”
Elswehere on the page, another image, references Vaz – who pretended to rent boys that he was an industrial washing machine seller and who was once described by the ex-MP Patrick Mercer as a “crook of the first order” – is an image of the serial source of scandals next to a pot of Vaseline. It is amusingly accompanied by an amended label reading: ‘Keith Vazeline’ whilst a picture of the corrupt politician bizarrely collapsed on his side in a suit in a sandpit has comments that include: “[The] effects of coke” and “cover him up” alongside.
They say all “political careers end in failure.” In the case of The Rt. Hon. Keith Vaz, one can add: “And with a sign that’s no longer ‘on his side.’”