If you’re watching BBC News or Sky News right now – or if you buy a right-wing newspaper on Tuesday morning, you might have the impression that Monday night’s ‘Battle for Number 10’ on Sky News and Channel 4 was a hard-fought draw or even a win for Theresa May. It really is getting stupidly transparent:
Of course, nothing could be further from the truth.
Theresa May was booed, jeered and laughed at by the audience and disgusted the normally impartial Paxman so deeply that he couldn’t help himself from giving his own, personal verdict on Theresa May:
May’s performance was so vague and unconvincing that she may henceforth be known forever as ‘The Waffle-iron Lady‘. So bad that even normally hostile media couldn’t help but declare Corbyn a convincing winner.
So bad that Twitter was flooded by previously Tory or undecided voters declaring their wholehearted intention to vote Labour in support of Jeremy Corbyn. Here are just a few:
No wonder May was terrified to debate Corbyn directly. But even in this sanitised, ‘safe’ format, May was so clearly outclassed – in content, in vision, in honesty, in delivery, in humanity – that nobody who actually saw it could fail to recognise it.
And it looks like potentially huge numbers are changing their voting intention based on it.
Find your friends, your relatives, your neighbours, acquaintances – hell, the person next to you on the bus – and show them tonight’s Battle for Number 10 programme or even just this article.
It’s game on and all the momentum is Labour’s and Corbyn’s. And the Tories? Well..
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