Nigel Farage: Why does he have that smile on his face? [Image: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images].

What does this say about Nigel Farage?

To This Writer, it says that he is finally showing his true colours. Having campaigned tirelessly for the UK’s ruin, he is now planning to run away – possibly to the United States – to escape the backlash when the inevitable happens.

In fairness, he stuck around longer than most of the other Brextremists. Michael Gove and Boris Johnson were out the door while we were all still absorbing the result.

David Cameron (not a supporter of Brexit, but the person most directly responsible for what happened because he called the referendum to prevent a threatened split in the Parliamentary Conservative Party) resigned on the day the result was known.

But Farage has spent months crowing about the result.

Now he’s saying he won’t hang around to suffer the fallout.

This should be the final nail in UKIP’s coffin.

Nigel Farage has suggested he doesn’t plan to stick around if Brexit goes badly.

On Monday night on his regular radio show, the former Ukip leader, who has reportedly been waiting to be offered some sort of position in relation to President Donald Trump’s administration for months, said he would skip town if Brexit became an economic disaster.

Source: Nigel Farage says he will emigrate if Brexit goes badly

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