BBC let truth about Corbyn’s massive popularity slip at weekend. Footage from Bristol proves just how much
On Saturday night, a BBC slip let the nation hear from a journalist just how popular – and prime-ministerial – Jeremy Corbyn is with the public.
The ‘error’ was quickly removed – but the enormous crowd and spine-tingling welcome Corbyn has just received on his arrival to speak in Bristol, on the last leg of his general election campaign – was a graphic illustration of Corbyn’s appeal that will send chills of fear down Boris Johnson’s back:
And no wonder. With a manifesto platform full of policies for real change, Corbyn and Labour represent hope for tens of millions and a return to decency for a country sick to death of austerity, meanness and small thinking.
With just three days to go, Johnson and his keepers can see a repeat of 2017 coming at them like a train down the tracks – and perhaps even an even bigger catastrophe for their party.
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