‘Sack me if you dare’? Johnson will be lucky if the Queen doesn’t send him to the Tower

Boris Johnson and the Queen: She should be slapping him in the face, not shaking his hand.

Beleaguered Boris Johnson will dare the Queen to sack him rather than quit over Brexit , it’s claimed.

If reports in the Sunday Times (quoted above by the Mirror) are accurate, Boris Johnson is showing the ultimate contempt for the British way of life. The Queen should do much worse than sack him.

He is insulting the Queen in the worst possible way – by suggesting that she is nothing but a figurehead with no real influence at all, and that she will not dismiss him from his job as prime minister because she is his puppet.

It seems he believes that if he takes one of any number of possible courses to an illegal “no deal” Brexit, then rather than sack him outright, the Queen will call a general election – which is exactly what he wants.

He believes he would win, and then he would be able to force whatever he wants on a population of 66 million victims – including a deal with Donald Trump’s America that will scrap your human rights, your environmental protections, and food safety standards.

All of this merely reinforces the claim that BoJob is not working in the interests of the nation, but is serving the demands of a shadowy gang of hedge fund bosses who financed his campaign to be Tory leader and are now betting on a “no deal” Brexit being a disaster in the hope making billions of pounds from our misery.

Taking all that into account, Her Majesty would be ill-advised to do anything other than sack Boris Johnson.

If she allows him to continue, she will be making the Royal Family complicit in his scheme.

And if she avoids sacking him by calling a general election, she will still bring herself and the constitution into disrepute, as she will have failed to stop a rogue prime minister and a criminal government.

Mr Johnson has already disrespected the Queen twice; first when he misled her into proroguing Parliament on a basis that was overturned by the courts, and then then he failed to apologise and resign over that debacle.

Will this be the third strike that takes him out of power?

Source: Boris Johnson ‘will dare Queen to sack him’ rather than quit over Brexit – Mirror Online

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5 thoughts on “‘Sack me if you dare’? Johnson will be lucky if the Queen doesn’t send him to the Tower

  1. wildswimmerpete

    Dictator Johnson’s actions could ultimately lead him to face jail for contempt. Hopefully for some years. I doubt he will be able to take PMQs from a cell in Belmarsh.

  2. trev

    Well all of these Political shenanigans will certainly give future history students plenty to think about! Assuming that kids in the future will even be able to afford an education.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      That’s not letting him off the hook; he still has to actually abide by the law, and if he doesn’t there will be a major constitutional crisis.

      That said, it does tend to offer him the opportunity to do the wrong thing, doesn’t it?

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