After Boris Johnson gave his evidence, here’s comes the propaganda war

Last Updated: March 24, 2023By Tags: , , , , ,

I could almost put this article out with just the tweets, and you might get the message.

Let’s start with Boris Johnson’s evidence to the Commons Privileges Committee on Wednesday (I still haven’t watched it all because not enough of you are reading my articles to let me pause writing them for a moment and do something else!), and most particularly the reaction of his (publicly-funded lawyer):

Let’s couple that with a reaction from the social media, in which Damo points out that Johnson’s defence that he ought to know what was going on in the house where he lived is defeated by the fact that he wasn’t living at 10 Downing Street; his flat was next door:

Amazingly, though, staunch Johnson loyalists aren’t having any of it.

They’ve been all over the media, trying to brainwash us all into thinking that his evidence session was a massive success.

Here’s Nadine ‘Mad Nad’ Dorries:

And now (forgive me) a double dose of Jacob Rees-Mogg:

And what do most of us think?

Well, some of us have been pointing out that Johnson was partying while the NHS nearly broke:

Some of us lost our faith in the Blond Baboon – as was demonstrated strikingly on the BBC’s Question Time:

Some of us had personal experience of dealing with Johnson, and were able to provide eyewitness evidence about his lies…

And what does Johnson make of it all?

Well, if the following is any yardstick, he’s worried.

He has twigged that the committee exonerating him might be a forlorn hope and he might get that dreaded 10-day suspension, leading to a recall motion from Uxbridge and South Ruislip constituents and a by-election.

So – well, look:

It’s just a tweet, but I reckon there might be some truth to it.

Last word has to be praise for the Yorkshire Post, whose editorial staff put together an image for that paper’s cover – the now-infamous one showing Johnson raising a glass at (I believe) Lee Cain’s leaving event – composed of photographs of people who were staying home while the Downing Street parties were taking place, because they had been told it would save lives.

Here’s the tweet; you’ll already have seen the image at the top of this article.

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  1. flttymartyn March 24, 2023 at 11:06 pm - Reply

    I have been banned again by Facebook for expressing an opinion.

  2. Stu March 25, 2023 at 2:56 am - Reply

    Good for Yorkshire Post, well done.
    Is it just sheer co-incidence that Bojob’s twin, Trump is hitting the headlines at the same time as this?

  3. jeffrey l davies March 25, 2023 at 6:34 am - Reply

    Boris it shows how corrupt parliament is

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