PM’s “it’s everyone else’s fault” speech last night outraged almost everyone with its cravenness and duplicity. The SKWAWKBOX fixed it for her
Last night, Theresa May gave a speech that consisted of Olympic-class blame-dodging, finger-pointing and titanic denial that was so craven and dishonest that even the BBC admitted it couldn’t find anyone who approved of it.
This morning, outraged MPs have complained of death threats and have described May’s language as a reckless incitement to violence by extremists. It was astonishingly, inexcusably bad – and just as astounding in its ‘neck’, as May blamed everyone else for exactly what she’s done and caused.
So it was crying out for some added truth – and the SKWAWKBOX has fixed the subtitles to reflect reality:
It was already screamingly obvious that the country needs a general election to remove not only a flailing, floundering PM – but also the party that has allowed and supported her non-stop incompetence, cowardice and contempt.
After last night, is there anyone left who can deny it?
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