Separated at birth: financial secretary Andrew Griffith and Ernst Stavro Blofeld?

Last Updated: September 29, 2022By Tags: , , , , ,

Wow. When Queasie Kwarteng wouldn’t come out of his pit to answer questions about the ideologically-driven economic train crash he has caused, the Tory government had to find another spokesperson.

And who did they wheel out?

Ernst Stavro Blofeld.

Oh no, wait a moment. My notes are telling me he’s actually called Andrew Griffith and he’s the financial secretary to the Treasury.

But if he had been Blofeld, his words would probably have made more sense. Watch:

A bit of honest extortion from the head of SPECTRE would have made more sense than Griffith’s twaddle.

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