Theresa May won’t debate policy with other politicians; she falls to pieces when other people contradict her.

Have a look at this video, featuring nonsense drivel spoken by a woman who cringes while she’s saying it. Don’t worry, it doesn’t last long:

Notice the propaganda line that it’s the Tory plan for a “stronger, fairer, more prosperous” Britain?

They must think we all fell out of the ‘stupid’ tree.

Derby North’s Labour candidate Chris Williamson didn’t. Here’s his response to Mrs May and her ridiculous manifesto:

Others took it far more seriously, like this highly-emotional caller to Nick Ferrari on LBC who – rightly, I think – believes a Theresa May government could take her home away if her mother dies:

This cannot be allowed to happen.

Fortunately, it seems the United Kingdom is coming together to ensure that it doesn’t.

Most of us may be still reeling from the depravity unveiled by Mrs May in Halifax during her manifesto launch, but others have swung into action. I particularly like this infographic:

Also this one:

And this one:

All in all, it adds up to this:

There must be many more images and videos in circulation today. Feel free to send in your favourites, so I can get them some of the exposure they deserve.

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