Boris Johnson was mercilessly taken down by his own sister and people are savouring the moment
And here’s how other people responded to Johnson’s thread.
“I alone can unite the country” says man whose own sister is now publicly calling him out on his bullshit pic.twitter.com/T8xHKBb4tt
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) October 10, 2018
You caused all this.
It won’t be forgotten. https://t.co/pdvJR6RFda
— James O'Brien (@mrjamesob) October 10, 2018
— Otto English (@Otto_English) October 10, 2018
I’m not sure I could hold Boris Johnson in more contempt if I heard he’d been arrested lurking naked outside of a cat sanctuary with a kitchen knife & a dildo.
I’m amazed the double helix of his DNA don’t throttle each other in sheer horror at what they’ve created.
— Nick Pettigrew (@Nick_Pettigrew) October 10, 2018
Aside from this being utter bollocks, there isn't a violin small enough to convey the rest of the world's feelings about Britain pulling a fast one and ending up a "colony". https://t.co/w9cLYcRfrA
— Frederic Moreau (@goodclimate) October 10, 2018
— Sean Coleman (@colemandesign) October 10, 2018
didn't you spend 20 years insisting colonies weren't actually bad https://t.co/qLyeijfeEn
— Tyron (@TyronWilson) October 10, 2018
Different choice today pic.twitter.com/AH4IbiiMql
— dave M ❄️ (@davemacladd) October 10, 2018
We pooled our sovereignty with like minded nations because the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. Like a spoilt child unable to compromise you took your ball and went home. If we are, sadly, to be diminished that is by your actions. https://t.co/iaGKwx3hes
— Jo Maugham QC (@JolyonMaugham) October 10, 2018
An "EU colony"? At the moment we're a leading member with a vote and a veto. You campaigned for this diminution of our influence, so at least have the decency to own it. https://t.co/WTE4izVOmX
— 243,702 Brexit Job Losses 🇬🇧 (@MrHickmott) October 10, 2018
Do please retweet if you agree with Dominic Grieve that @BorisJohnson is a ‘shallow populist’ and would make a disastrous Prime Minister.
— Tim Walker (@ThatTimWalker) October 11, 2018
Here’s a little reminder of what Boris Johnson’s position was before the referendum.
Boris Johnson says keeping close ties to the EU after Brexit would turn the UK into a “colony.” Here’s what he said before the referendum: pic.twitter.com/UCeifCf0dC
— Adam Bienkov (@AdamBienkov) October 10, 2018