Imagine if we'd known this man would end up being responsible for food & petrol shortages, 10s of 1000s of avoidable deaths, the incineration of 150,000 healthy pigs, collapsed UK fishing, the constitutional & social break-up of the UK, and Brits having to swim in their own sh*t.

1:10 AM · Oct 25, 2021

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Two things to say in response to most of the comments... 1) Yes I'm aware that most of us knew nothing good would come from him being given the slightest bit of political power.
Boris Johnson is now our #ForeignSecretary! #GameofThrones
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2) I'm still seeing comments along the lines of: ''But people will still vote for him.'' BE PRECISE or you'll depress people into inaction and despair! See below!
Can we PLEASE stop saying "People will still vote Tory despite...". OF COURSE! There'll always be about 40% voters who buy what the Tories sell at elections. And they've ALWAYS been the minority. Fixing the UK isn't about convincing them. It's about the Left working together!
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Replying to @Femi_Sorry
I mean, we knew he’d be horrendous, but it’s beyond belief now.
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We've seen how it's spun, no-one would believe it'd ever be possible and the media would say it'd have been far worse under the allotment fella.
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The counter factual of “it wouldn’t have been any better under Corbyn” is, as you know, pointless. We can with some certainty, however, say it can’t have been any worse.❤️
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Replying to @Femi_Sorry
Why cant he be charged with criminal negligence? It's happened in other countries.
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Replying to @Femi_Sorry
But he's doing his best, bless him. 🤨
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Thank goodness Scottish Water is publicly owned due to devolution
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Replying to @Femi_Sorry
He looks the sort. Which blue flag would anyone rather see?
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