Theresa May realises all her campaign data is wrong [Image taken from Twitter].

I’ll just leave this here.

For the uninitiated, Voter ID is how political parties identify whether people are likely to vote for them. They ask at the doorstep during every campaign and record the answers, then concentrate on those most likely to support them.

Carwyn Jones is the leader of Welsh Labour and First Minister in the National Assembly for Wales, and Theresa May has written to him, asking for his support in the general election – so, as he states, it seems the Conservative Party’s Voter ID isn’t very efficient.

The fundamental mistake – that the letter was sent to the wrong person – makes a nonsense of its contents.

She can’t provide “strong and stable leadership in the national interest” because she can’t even find a Conservative voter on her mailing list.

Voting for her won’t “strengthen [her] negotiating position” because she is too weak-minded to do her research properly.

It certainly won’t “guarantee our economic security for the future” if she is happy to waste money talking to her opponents.

And you know what?

If her Voter ID isn’t right, then you can bet the “voter intention” poll results you’ve all been following aren’t right either!

Prove them all wrong.

Vote for somebody who knows what they’re doing.

Vote Labour on June 8.

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