Cowardly PM terrified of being outclassed again
The craven Boris Johnson is frantically evading scrutiny and hiding from any kind of live test in front of viewers.
Not only is he still hiding from the grilling by Andrew Neil on the BBC that all the main party leaders were scheduled to face, but he has refused to turn up to tonight’s (meant to be) seven-way Channel 4 debate.
But because Channel 4 said they would replace Johnson with a melting ice sculpture to highlight Johnson’s absence, Johnson instead tried to send his father to take his place:
Channel 4 rightly refused – and also refused Johnson’s alternative stand-in Michael Gove, on the grounds that neither are party leaders:
Sending his 79-year-old father to fight a battle he’s scared of himself. Johnson’s abject cowardice and lack of character has plumbed new depths.
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