Boris Johnson’s offensive antics are ‘haemorrhaging’ support from traditional Tories

Offensive: Boris Johnson.

Admittedly, Dominic Grieve is not Boris Johnson’s biggest fan. They disagreed on Brexit so much that BoJob withdrew the Conservative whip from Mr Grieve, forcing him to sit as an Independent MP.

But the former Attorney General’s comments to Channel 4 News are hugely revealing:

So all the Tory bluster and bravado about Boris Johnson trouncing Labour in a general election is just a lot of hot air, it seems.

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4 thoughts on “Boris Johnson’s offensive antics are ‘haemorrhaging’ support from traditional Tories

  1. Mark C

    What worries me is that this is what Johnson wants. He wants to get rid of traditional Tories because they are not where his politics actually lie. What he wants to do is replace them with the UKIP and Brexit Party voters and any number of the hideous far right. And what worries me further is that these are on the rise

    1. Nicola K

      It would APPEAR that the far right is on the rise in this country, but they are still very much in the minority in this country – thank God. Whilst I believe we should always be vigilant about our democracy and politics, this country has ALWAYS REJECTED the idea of having a far right or fascistic type of government, and I believe that is what will happen this time. However, I am not so complacent about it for the far distant future that I would completely rule it out, which is why I believe we must ALL ALWAYS pay attention to politics and make use of our votes, I have NEVER BELIEVED IN NOT VOTING – WE MUST ALWAYS VOTE because if we do not vote, then some dictator type character may think that we are not interested in keeping and saving our democracy and may well use that as an excuse to take away our votes altogether.

  2. Marie G

    He is relying on the dross at the bottom with his rampant racism, and the elite at the top, with his offer of more cash. He does not need anyone else.

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