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Turncoat Tory Predicts Troubles for Theresa

Scandal prone Tory activist turned Jared Kushner employed journalist Andre Walker claims Theresa May is fearful of electoral disaster due to MPs from her party likely being jailed

 

A widely criticised one-time Tory activist turned journalist with links to the party’s dubious 2015 ‘battlebus scandal’ has claimed that “a criminal investigation is the real reason Theresa May called the General Election”.

 

In an opinion piece, Andre Walker – currently a columnist for Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner’s The New York Observer and formerly part of the team that established the far-right Breitbart London news network – referenced a widely reported story about thirty senior Conservatives facing prosecution for electoral fraud but went far further than most in adding: “In all likelihood, there will be MPs standing for re-election on 8th June who are also facing jail”.

 

Referencing the Conservative Party’s controversial 2015 election buses that toured Britain under the banner the ‘Road Trip’ campaigning group, Walker pointedly remarked:

 

“It is illegal to make a mistake – accidental or otherwise. In any case, failure to remember that you had five buses traveling to every key area of the country stretches credibility”.

 

Curiously, in his article, the hard Brexiteer made no reference to his own connections to that scandal and nor did he make mention of his long-term friend and founder of ‘Road Trip’, Mark Clarke – a disgraced individual who has since been expelled from the Conservative Party and banished for life.

 

In 2010, The Telegraph revealed Walker – a larger-than-life figure with 59,000 followers on Twitter – was forced to resign as political aide after been caught plotting to smear a deputy council leader in Windsor in a clip posted on YouTube. Subsequently, in 2016, in an interview for the BBC’s Sunday Politics, Walker claimed to have been the boyfriend of Elliott Johnson, an activist who committed suicide in 2015, leaving a note suggesting he’d been “bullied by Mark Clarke and betrayed by Andre Walker”.

 

6 COMMENTS

  1. He is a known troublemaker and when he blotted his copybook with the Tories, he went over to the even darker side. Andre Walker is simply a chav but he seems to like to think he’s intelligent. He’s not and he reminds me of Milos Yiannopoulos.

  2. Walker does not sound very likeable and nor does Clarke, but on this point about May’s motives I honestly think he has it right. If she had waited, her MPs would dwindle (deaths, etc) and she would be in a worse position – especially given she won’t continue to get her own way forever. Our PM has put her party before the rule of law. Shameful I’d argue.

  3. How dare he!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Traitor!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Turncoat!!!!!!!!!!!! Andre should be put in the Tower for writing such lies!!!!!!!!!!!! No MP will be jailed!!!!!!!!!!!!! Nobody did anything wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Theresa May will MAKE GREAT BRITAIN GREAT AGAIN and he should be waving his arms enthusiastically instead of honking like a hyena!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lock him up!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ridiculous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ridiculous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. I hope he’s right – they should not get away with criminality if they did it. Anna Soubry is one of the MPs under investigation I hear.

  5. This individual resembles Mr Blobby and his ability to flip flop around the political arena is definitely equally wibbly wobbly.

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