Boris Johnson's rise

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@LukeBizzare LukeBizzare · #CNN · 6 months ago
IraqiVet49 · 6 months ago

Johnson’s recent elevation coincides
with the lack of a moderate candidate
within the Labour Party, as Labour
voters felt that the party was moving
too far to the left.
Johnson has 5 years to make an impact
and Labour needs to act fast to
find a leader that can go head to
head with B.J, and get back those
disenchanted voters who left
the fold.

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SleepyJoe · 6 months ago

Bumbling Boris, the Eton jester, womanizer,
looking a bit like a Trump misdemeanour
with the white hair, clinical obesity
and offbeat behaviour…is an unlikely
character to have in charge of a great
nation.
Like Trump, he is hated by the left, and
accepted/liked by the right.
His rise from being a hack journalist
to Major to M.P, and now…Prime
Minister, has been remarkable for
a man so limited in political matters
but the people voted him in…and
with a huge majority.
His success is more about Corbyn,
and voters wanting to get Brexit over
the line.
Corbyn was hugely unpopular due to
his sympathies of terrorist groups, and
his Labour Party infested with antisemites.
He was not trusted with regards to
national security, and was unimpressive
when canvassing voters, unlike the
cartoon Boris.
Boris Johnson was fortunate in being
In the right place at the right time,
but will be under intense scrutiny
by converted and current voters to
deliver Brexit and get out with a good
deal for the U.K.

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