Boris Johnson: The eyes are open, the mouth moves, but there’s no sign of intelligent life at all.

As I type this, I’m watching Boris Johnson talking his usual gibberish about Brexit.

He keeps talking about taking back control over our laws – we never lost it!

And he says we’ll regain control of our borders – we never lost that either!

What else did he say? Nothing at all. Really.

But this is the lead story on the BBC lunchtime news.

There is nothing newsworthy about his speech. Nothing at all.

He said nothing new, and the old claims he was repeating didn’t even come across from an interesting new angle.

It’s just pro-Brexit propaganda, intended to lead gullible British people by the nose into acceptance of a situation that will seriously hurt them.

It must be opposed.

Don’t you wish Tory ministers and their prostitute media would stop lying and admit that Brexit can only harm the UK?


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