By all laws of political gravity, Boris Johnson must have died

BY all laws of political gravity, Boris suffered – being followed by the tips of his fingers until Dominic Cummings chose to finish him off with hoofed boots.

Even a series of “red meat” policies to tempt disgruntled voters is It is impossible to save this Prime Minister.

By all laws of political gravity, Boris Johnson must have died

If so, the most notable politician of our age will indeed pay dearly for a shockingly mistimed BYOB party.

It’s his fault, of course. He flouted all the rules of survival, making it up as he went on and rejecting the best advice from well-intentioned allies.
He will be deported as soon as he leads us out of a pandemic that almost cost him his life.

Downing Street’s shortest period of dominance in living memory will end when the Covid shackles are finally broken and the economy booms again with the fastest recovery in Europe.

Many of BoJo’s enemies in the Tory team and elsewhere, notably the Remainiacs, Whitehall Blob and BBC, licked their lips.

They will be joined by ungrateful Red Wall MPs who owe him their surprise seat in Parliament.

Their joy can be unlimited. It can also be short-lived.

As Boris goes, I predict there will be a wave of “Seller’s Regret” unmatched since Margaret Thatcher’s expulsion and the Tory schism that resulted in 13 years of outer darkness. That’s right, we might be disgusted with BoJo and his Downing Street army for throwing a party while the rest of us are on lockdown.

The Queen is unforgivable to mourn alone at her husband’s funeral while the No 10 staff are nursing a nefarious drunkenness.

Voters have every right to be angry at a Prime Minister who believes the rules are for the little ones.

This is just the latest act of madness in a never-ending string of calamities.

But is that a crime of hanging?

No color

Some are comparing Boris’ plight to the arrival of Prince Andrew and tennis player vaxx maverick Novak Djokovic – an exaggeration, you might think, in Andrew’s case.

Backing a recently elected Prime Minister who has actually delivered Brexit – a historic feat against all odds – is a huge step forward.

Now it can be unstoppable. We’re in a feeding frenzy launched by the BBC, which could see its publicly funded gravy training come to a halt. But if the Tories were in trouble, who would ride to the rescue?

BoJo’s successor could be Prime Minister “Dishy Rishi” Sunak or Foreign Minister Liz “The Fizz” Truss.

Some fear that Rishi is too inexperienced to stand up to the civil duties of power. Truss, although imitating Margaret Thatcher, looks a bit messy.

The only real winner is Sir Keir Starmer, who backed Mr. Leftie Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister, fought to overturn the Brexit referendum in 2016 and now shamelessly ends himself in the Union Flag. bright.

And this guy, with a bronze neck, also drinks at close range with allies in the middle of the lock.

Starmer is a no-nonsense idiot who has overcome every major challenge since becoming leader of the opposition.

If he were Prime Minister, we would be in the same Covid crisis as EU countries like France and the Netherlands. There will be no AstraZeneca vaccine. Sage will run the country. The UK will not be one of the world’s fastest recovering economies. Our development will not be better than Germany’s. If Michael Gove or Sajid Javid were Speaker of the Cabinet, Christmas would not have been so joyful.

Looks like BoJo made some big decisions right. Not that you would think so from the BBC’s deadly and catastrophic drumming.

Yes, the Prime Minister should have banned Wine O’clock parties in Downing Street as soon as he saw that fridge being carried up his front steps.

Unfinished business

Few would believe that he and the party-loving Carrie were blindly restless downstairs.

But bankrupting an election winner just two years after a resounding victory won’t cure Tory’s woes.

The leadership election will be very risky and perhaps inconclusive.

The party risks defeat in the next general election and the birth of a leftist government led by Starmer.

Britain will again be divided between a majority that voted for Brexit and a powerful minority that wants to get us back into the European Union.

For those who have been fighting to reverse the biggest popular vote ever, this is unfinished business.

With Boris gone, this deadly political game will play out again.

Djokavic was expelled

FANS of TV’s Nothing To Declare will know Novak Djokavic never had a chance to win a record 21st Grand Slam.

No one is immune to ticking the wrong box, whether in breach of Australia’s strict hygiene rules or asking someone else to sign their application.

The decision to kick him out saved the world’s greatest tennis player from humiliation on the court by angry fans.

That award now awaits Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison at the upcoming elections after jailing 25 million Australians for two years for Zero Covid’s senseless pursuit. By all laws of political gravity, Boris Johnson must have died


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