Video: fresh from Disaster in Doncaster, Calamity Johnson sinks in Somerset

“Calamity Johnson” hurries on as harangued in street

Johnson looking for escape or distraction in Somerset

Boris Johnson continued his calamitous general election campaign with a visit to Somerset on Thursday.

Fresh from his humiliating rejection by the flood-hit people of Doncaster, Johnson failed dismally to sing ‘The Wheels on the Bus’ with some young schoolchildren – looking completely out of his depth – and scuttled down a high street while being harangued by angry residents who called him a ‘disgrace’:

The wheels on Johnson’s campaign bus seem to be close to falling off. Everywhere he goes, he is receiving an unwelcome dose of reality – seemingly no matter how hard his handlers try to find safe, stage-managed locations for their PR stunts.

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5 responses to “Video: fresh from Disaster in Doncaster, Calamity Johnson sinks in Somerset

  1. Alliteration always appreciated … is he going to Fakenham, Falkirk, Faversham, Fermanagh, Finchley or Fleetwood any time soon?

  2. If only I could think of a “C” word to couple with “Calamity” the alliteration would be complete.
    You’re a poet Bazza – help me out?

  3. Naga Munchetty says Johnson will be on the sofa just after 8am.
    Boris Buggered By BBC is probably too much to hope for…

  4. The Guardian reading journalists of the BBC & Channel 4 are not big fans of the ‘Leaver’ BoJo, nor the ‘Socialist’ Corbyn. More Lib Dem; Green Party or Scots Nats.

  5. I have friends in Somerset and I think I should visit more often now its obvious that the people there can spot a criminal when they see them and chase them off down the high street…..Lovely area and beautiful people!

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