- Wed May 27, 2020 10:43 am
Did anybody hear that Robert Jenryck character on the radio this morning?
He kept being asked (of course) about the Cummingsgate farrago, and kept insisting that we now needed to "move on". Not only that, but he kept insisting that "moving on" to discuss other, much more important things, was what the public wanted.
Another spattering of the kitchen tranny with half-masticated Weetabix, I'm afraid. What. A. Brazen. Cunt.
In my experience the voting public do not especially like some jumped-up arrogant little shite of a minister telling them what they want. Yeah, let's move on, but not until the Cummings disgrace has been dealt with, you cunt, is what I think you'll find is what the vast majority of the public want. This attitude can only have had the effect of putting people's backs up more than they already were.
I wonder how long Bozza thinks he can stonewall this one out ?
"The opportunity to serve our country. That is all we ask." John Smith, Leader of the Labour Party, 10 May 1994.