Why does Boris Johnson think Brexit is funny?

Last Updated: December 22, 2020By Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Sniggering like a schoolboy: Boris Johnson.

What did Boris Johnson think he would achieve by sniggering about his failure to produce a post-Brexit trade deal with the European Union in a televised press conference?

A wave of ill-feeling against him as the nation collectively realised we have been hoodwinked into believing a liar?

A wave of doubt as the nation collectively realised we don’t know why he was having a giggle with his transport secretary, Grant Shapps – but that it certainly won’t signify anything good for the UK as a whole?

Confirmation that he’s pig-headed and selfish?

All of the above?

That’s what Twitter seems to think:

The Mirror‘s Pippa Crerar put her finger on the nub of the matter when she pointed out that Johnson consistently overpromises and the fails to deliver on his claims.

And this was his answer:

No wonder so many people have lost any faith that the UK’s failed Tory prime minister – and its failed Tory government – will achieve anything good for the people of the UK. All they can do is giggle and tell us something will turn up in the future.

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One Comment

  1. kateuk December 22, 2020 at 10:49 pm - Reply

    He’s giggling thinking about all the money him and his mates will make out of a no deal Brexit at the expense of the rest of us

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