“Calamity Johnson” hurries on as harangued in street
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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