Are Tories so desperate they’re looking to corrupt crooked clown Boris Johnson for salvation?

Boris Johnson: here he is pictured as millions see him in the UK and across the world.

This morning I woke up to find this stuff all over my Twitter feed:

What a lot of rubbish!

Boris Johnson was a corrupt crook who partied when there was work to be done and let the country down shockingly. He appointed deeply questionable people into positions of power and it was one of those appointments that finally brought him down. He belongs nowhere near the corridors of power.

Furthermore, he is the subject of an investigation that could lead to his expulsion from Parliament. This Writer mentioned yesterday that it would hardly be a good look for the Tory Party if its latest choice of prime minister is booted out for previous misdemeanours.

And the backlash has been strong:

Look at some of the replies to the tweets above:

That’s about the size of it – right?

Johnson is reportedly returning to the UK from the Caribbean holiday mentioned above:

The video commentators are all over this, their words running from ridicule…

… to reasoned analysis…

… to the deranged:

Meanwhile, there’s a moderate groundswell for This Site’s predicted winner, Rishi Sunak:

… and a moderate groundswell against him:

Some people are even getting behind “nasty” Penny Mordaunt, who turned many against her by denying that Liz Truss was “hiding under a table”:

None of them do!

Commentators are calling the new Tory leadership campaign a return to the “Boris Johnson psychodrama” – and that is a problem in itself.

If he campaigns to be leader again, the UK will be sucked back into the vortex of his lies, corruption and incompetence. We’ll have another two years of misery while he raves it up at the public expense.

That in itself should be reason for him to be rejected.

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