Liberal Democrat admits the party would support ‘no deal’ Brexit rather than Corbyn government

Jo Swinson and Boris Johnson: It seems to be true that the Liberal Democrats would merrily betray their ‘Bollocks to Brexit’ campaigning to keep Mr Corbyn out of Downing Street.

This is hugely damaging for the Liberal Democrats.

After my hugely popular article yesterday (August 20), pointing out that Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson lied when she claimed Jeremy Corbyn had not “fought” for the UK to remain in the European Union during the 2016 referendum campaign (he was the third most-visible ‘In’ campaigner and she was nowhere to be seen), I started receiving abusive tweets from a Swinson supporter calling herself ‘Tracey’.

She fits the classic indicators of a Twitter troll – her identifying image is of someone else, she joined in 2009 but has only 329 followers, and is only following 348 people, but she has published nearly 23,000 tweets. I don’t even know if she is a ‘she’ at all.

But she’s rabidly Lib Dem – to the point where she said Jo Swinson’s party consider “no deal” Brexit and a Jeremy Corbyn government to be as toxic as each other. Her behaviour indicates that “no deal” is the preferable option.


For balance, here are her previous contributions:

It is of course possible that this troll is trying to throw shade on the Liberal Democrats – although clearly not in the interests of the Labour Party.

Perhaps a representative of the Liberal Democrat Party would like to demonstrate – with evidence – the falsehood of her position? Let’s see how the Lib Dems – realistically – propose to stop “no deal” Brexit.

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5 thoughts on “Liberal Democrat admits the party would support ‘no deal’ Brexit rather than Corbyn government

  1. trev

    There are a lot of Trolls out there, I’ve encountered quite a few myself on the comments section of other blogs, mostly anti-Corbyn types, Blaireites, supporters of something or other called “Progress” (?), as well as the Brexit Leave brigade, and many of them post under various pseudonyms that mainly seem to be different female names for some odd reason, though it is quite obvious that they are disgruntled blokes calling themselves “Tasmin”, “Daphne”, “Anna” and so on. I suspect that some of them are all the same person ‘sock-puppeting’. Why, I don’t know.

  2. Growing Flame

    Why do such Lib Dem critics of Corbyn ignore the fact that the proposal is only for a new government for a short period, pending an Election. What do they expect Corbyn to do in such a short time? They must think he is some kind of Superman, able to transform British society in a couple of months.

    Then again, similar commentators still tell us that Tony Blair and Gordon Brown were responsible for the whole Wall Street crash of 2008. What epic powers?

    1. Zippi

      He is; he forced people to vote to leave the E.U. against their will and he installed Donald Trump as president of the U.S.A. He is running this country from the opposition benches and controlling climate change. The crash of 2008? That was Jeremy Corbyn, too! Did you not know?

  3. Zippi

    Och, another of those who claims to know what other people think. Whence came these superpowered mutants? Perhaps Tracey would enlighten us as to what is going on in Jo Swinson’s head and why she is an hypocrite of the highest order.

  4. Gary

    I doubt your Twitter Troll is a LibDem at all. Or even a genuine person. I don’t think this is truly a bot but I do know that many bloggers suffer from these type of accounts too. They exist to disparage the blogger, attempt to damage reputation and to damage the belief system of the bloggers readers by attacking them in such a way as to ascribe views to them they do not hold.

    There are a few organisations doing such things and, sadly, some of them are ‘ours’ This one sounds like one of ours…

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