Lies, spin and falsehood: Boris Johnson’s New Year message

Boris Johnson: The lies keep coming.

Boris Johnson is deeply untrustworthy, as Peter Stefanovic’s takedown demonstrates.

No wonder Donald Trump won’t trust him with sensitive military information.

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2 Thoughts to “Lies, spin and falsehood: Boris Johnson’s New Year message”

  1. Note how the fat, lying toad refuses to finish his taxpayer-funded jaunt with his current….err….woman despite we could be on the brink of WWIII.

  2. As Phillip Schofield once said as a children’s television presenter: “It’s a puppet!”

    He’s certainly no Machiavellian political player, judging from his abysmal performance alone during the election campaign.

    So, logically, I can only conclude that he’s being played as the mouthpiece of whoever is really in charge, because, seriously, he’s really the best option as an actual PM the Tories could come up with from their ranks?!?

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