Johnson heckled in Rotherham with demand to recall Parliament

Boris Johnson’s unpopularity with the public could not be more graphically demonstrated than whenever he comes into contact with real people.

Today (September 13), he was heckled by a man while trying to give a speech in Rotherham. His inability to cope was hilarious:

“I’m all in favour of our MPs,” said the prime minister.

“Then why are you not with them in Parliament, sorting out the mess that you have created?” the man cried.

Rather than answer the concerns raised, BoJob simply tried to talk over him – without much success:

This is symptomatic of the reception Mr Johnson receives wherever he goes. Here’s a lady telling him his claim that austerity has ended is “just a fairy tale” (which it is, of course):

He even gets it from his fellow national leaders. We all remember how statesmanlike Leo Varadkar looked – and how much like a backward schoolboy Mr Johnson looked next to him – as the Irish prime minister listed the problems Mr Johnson had created for himself, the UK and Ireland with his reckless Brexit policy:

Mr Johnson seems impervious to all these criticisms.

Perhaps there is a reason for this…

Selective deafness?

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