Strong? Stable? Not Theresa May! (or Jonathan Pie, for that matter…)[STRONG LANGUAGE]

As others may have noted, this is the only video you need to watch if you want to understand how poor the Conservative election campaign really is.

Jonathan Pie – comedy’s most unstable satirist – demolishes Theresa May’s government by demonstrating the fact that any claim of strength and/or stability on her government’s part is nothing but a big lie.

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5 thoughts on “Strong? Stable? Not Theresa May! (or Jonathan Pie, for that matter…)[STRONG LANGUAGE]

  1. Nicholas Fokias

    I have a rhyming couplet for the myth of ‘strong and stable’….it’s ‘wrong and incapable’ please share as widely as possible.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      We’re from all over the world here. And you don’t swear on this site, which is why I’ve cut you off.

  2. Pat Sheehan

    I’ve written to Jeremy to congratulate them for getting this far but also to tell ‘the Team’ that if they don’t get some, at least, half decent, left wing, socialist candidates standing for election around our way I will vote for Jonathan Pie. I’m all for Jeremy but Mr Pie cuts the mustard for me. You have done an awful lot for ‘the cause’ Mr Sivier for which we are truly grateful and deeply indebted. Mr Pie has done much for ‘the Cause’ too. Thank you very much – both of you and hope you can keep going.

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