Let’s hope #NorthShropshire electors think seriously about this before voting [VIDEO]

This is what you get if you vote Tory: Boris Johnson partied it up (he’s seen here asking Christmas Quiz questions for groups of Downing Street workers at a Christmas party last year) while millions of people cancelled their own celebrations and hundreds more died alone because of his social distancing demands. Do the people of North Shropshire want another party boy, or would they rather try to have an MP who actually represents them?

Does Westminster really need another rule-breaking Tory who’ll rave it up at parties rather than work for the interests of everybody in the UK?

That’s the question that should be on the minds of every voter in North Shropshire as they head for the polling stations today (Thursday, December 16, 2021).

The Conservative candidate may have said he does not approve of what is alleged to have happened – but then, Boris johnson said last night that he follows the rules, and if you believe that, then you were born yesterday and shouldn’t be allowed to vote!

Some political agitators are claiming that the Tories who are already in Parliament aren’t guilty of committing crimes because the Metropolitan Police, run by a woman who owes her job to the Tory government, are refusing to investigate the rule-busting Christmas parties last year.

Well, workers at the Met had a bit of a surprise recently, when a mobile billboard used by the media organisation Led By Donkeys broadcast the facts of the case at them in their Scotland Yard offices, to great public interest.

Take a look at the message yourself:

Damning – of both the Met and the Tories.

Do the people of North Shropshire want a member of Parliament who will represent them? Or do they want to send another sponger off to have a party while hundreds of people die?

We’ll find out in a few hours.

2 thoughts on “Let’s hope #NorthShropshire electors think seriously about this before voting [VIDEO]

  1. Stephen Brophy

    it has become clear to me that the average vote is short on memory and a complete moron! I do not hold much hope as the weight of nodding donkey drags us all down! merry Christmas Mike.

  2. William-Glyn THOMAS

    I agree Mike. Unfortunately many UK voters are enshrined in the ways and habits of their parents or haven’t exercised (or if you prefer exorcised) their grey matter since leaving school. I hope the way this government, especially its leader, have abused their power in how they treat their constituents with such contempt. The voters in Shropshire have the power to send an important message to Westminster “You are heading for a crash, please stop, we, the passengers, want to get off”

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