Tory attack dog thinks he’s attacking Corbyn on Iraq War – in fact he’s disagreeing with Boris Johnson

Oops: Michael Fallon should have thought carefully before speaking. But Tories don’t do that.

Go on, Tory, over the cliff.

Some commentators have suggested that Michael Fallon is the top Tory “attack dog” in the current general election.

If so, he’s just been de-fanged in the most humiliating possible way.

Asked for his opinion on the quoted words, “The Iraq War did not create the problem of fundamentalists, though the war has sharpened the resentments felt by people in this country, and given them a new pretext”, Mr Fallon said he did not agree with them.

He thought they had been spoken by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

In fact, they were the words of foreign secretary Boris Johnson.

Watch Mr Fallon’s metaphorical car crash:

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3 thoughts on “Tory attack dog thinks he’s attacking Corbyn on Iraq War – in fact he’s disagreeing with Boris Johnson

  1. Dez

    Is it becoming clearer, even to those that are in denial, that as the years go by, the starting gun for Iraq war was the twin towers and bldg no 4 and the other incidents were most likely to have been a very sophisticated false flag Pearl Harbour moment. One of these days the truth, not the fake news, will come out. The intrigue of the Twin Tower ownership, the convenient but lethal total demolition jobs and the starting gun that the Bush and western countries needed to kick start their invasion agendas and bombing. Even if some of the false flag data is true and these wars were just convenient commercial military opportunities of the Elites and protection of oil interests is there any wonder the natives are not happy bunnies……. Whilst JCs
    prime time appearance was not the most useful vote catching interview I have witnessed you cannot deny he really stuck to his beliefs ie what you see on the tin. The interview spent so much time on his very old Irish interests and what company he kept that very little came out of any vote promotion value…. but he handled it all robustly and I havenot changed my voting choice.. Felt he was a bit like the Cons, and their pension sort-it-out later promise, when he got to Trident questions and diverted the question to the “party will decide later during a review”. Hmmm. But hey ho these Trident yank missles are duff anyway as proven by the recent first real test firing without warhead, thankfully. It went in the wrong direction you may recall and the May tried to cover it up….no matter how may trillions they cost if they are going to be fired at us instead of an enemy that is some mother of an own goal.

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