Suella Braverman ridiculed for a cringeworthy campaign video

Suella Braverman ridiculed for a cringeworthy campaign video | Left Foot Forward

She’s in one of the safest Tory seats so it’s good to see Suella Braverman ridiculed for a cringeworthy campaign video.

Here’s Left Foot Forward:

Suella Braverman has been seriously ridiculed after viewers were left cringing over a TikTok video she released for her general election campaign.

In an attempt to win over young Conservative voters, the Tory candidate for Fareham & Waterlooville posted a bizarre TikTok video, as this election has seen politicians looking to engage with the younger generation of social media users.

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The former Home Secretary attempts to mime an audio clip from a viral TikTok video saying “I have a question for everybody, who wants to go to the four seasons Orlando” before she’s filmed with Tory campaigners holding placards as she struts down a road, and the video ends with a clip of the union jack flag.

The reactions have been numerous and brutal, with cringed out viewers dubbing it a car crash campaign video, potentially the worst of the election so far.

I couldn’t find the actual clip – it seems to have disappeared from @suellab’s account.

But I did find this one, er… commenting on it:

@pawsitivecatvibes_88 #tiktok #fyp #uktiktok🇬🇧uk #uktiktok #suellabraverman #politics #uk #fyp #fypage #ukpolitics ♬ original sound – Laura🦋✨

Braverman is one of seven candidates in Fareham & Waterlooville. The others are:

  • Baz Marie (Green Party)
  • Robert Halliday (Hampshire Independents)
  • Gemma Furnivall (Labour Party)
  • Bella Hewitt (Liberal Democrats)
  • Kevan Chippindall-Higgin (Reform UK)
  • Edward Dean (Rejoin EU)

If I was living there, I’d vote for the Green Party candidate.

But I’ve said this elsewhere and will repeat it here: if you are a voter in Fareham & Waterlooville, This Site urges you to examine carefully each candidate’s election material, coupled with their parties’ manifestos (if they’re in a party and it has one), then work out which individual candidate’s plans coincide most closely with what you, personally, need.

Then vote for that candidate on July 4 (or by postal vote, if you have one, before that date).

Do not pay attention to the party mouthpieces urging you to vote tactically to “keep ——* out”. Tactical voting simply doesn’t work; we have four consecutive Tory election wins in our recent past to demonstrate that.

And it means you would be voting against your own best interests. Don’t do that.

Vote for what you need. How can you expect politicians to make things better if you don’t tell them how?

Source: Suella Braverman ridiculed for cringeworthy campaign video – Left Foot Forward: Leading the UK’s progressive debate

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