‘Mad Nad’ holes Johnson below the waterline – while defending him

Poetic justice: Nadine Dorries was (perhaps indirectly) attacking people with mental health conditions but now her own behaviour puts her on a worse level than the people she was DIRECTLY criticising [Image: The Prole Star.]

Presumably Nadine Dorries was trying to defend the prime minister who made her one of the unlikeliest Cabinet ministers of them all.

But it’s hard to tell, considering the content of these interviews.

First, she tried to tell us Johnson and his government have won the fight against Covid-19:

(If anybody won that battle it would be the NHS but with many thousands of new infections still happening every day, we’re a long way from that point at the time of writing.)

Then, she tried to defend Johnson’s indefensible repetition of the falsehood that Labour leader Keir Starmer refused to prosecute Jimmy Savile for child abuse (he didn’t have anything to do with the decision):

Dorries’s performance was so dire, it has already spawned a spoof:

Back in the day, ministers would have resigned in embarrassment – but that is now too much to hope.

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