Boris Johnson continues record of campaigning disasters
Cowardly Tory leader Boris Johnson has fled from public scrutiny – again.
And this time, he added an extra layer of humiliation on the eve of polling day – by hiding in a fridge to avoid a Good Morning Britain reporter who wanted to interview him live on the programme.
As if that wasn’t enough, a Johnson aide also swore and moved threateningly to block the reporter as he tried to pursue Johnson and persuade him to talk on air, to the astonishment of the GMB presenters:
Johnson has broken – smashed – Theresa May’s dismal record for most cowardly campaign in this election.
May at least underwent an interview with Andrew Neil, proving she has more balls than her craven successor.
By contrast – and knowing it would be unfriendly, because every interview has been – Jeremy Corbyn has even offered himself up for additional TV scrutiny when he didn’t have to, appearing yesterday in an extra interview on GMB.
Voters who want to be led by someone with a spine need to vote Labour tomorrow.
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