A Leave campaigner posted an embarrassing self-own and these 12 takedowns were brutal
As had been predicted by Remain campaigners before the referendum, it seems mobile internet providers will be able to apply roaming charges to Brits travelling in the EU after Brexit. Former UKIP politician and prominent Leave campaigner, Suzanne Evans, took to Twitter to comment on the development.
Very disappointed my mobile provider @VodafoneUK refusing to rule out roaming charges after Brexit, saying it hopes ‘arrangements will be made’ to keep it free. If @ThreeUK doesn’t need any ‘arrangements,’ why do you, Vodafone? https://t.co/XLTHemzqZh
— Suzanne Evans (@SuzanneEvans1) February 6, 2019
Of course, the irony was not lost on anyone other than Suzanne Evans, so the takedowns practically wrote themselves.
They've gone from complaining about EU laws to complaining that EU laws will no-longer apply to us after we've left. Spectacular stuff. https://t.co/10vAaCq3DE
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) February 7, 2019
Ukip: So I want everything to be worse-
Ukip: BEAR WITH ME
Ukip: Worse, but also not my fault https://t.co/fx0EZrvO0l
— Daragh (@QDaragh) February 7, 2019
In today's episode of Brexiters blaming others we have Suzanne from Little England. Suzanne can't understand that what she campaigned and voted for actually means what everyone told her it would. So Suzanne who are you blaming today for your own choices…… https://t.co/svGXHQNiLD
— Daniel Gibson (@dlsgibson) February 7, 2019
Brexit campaigner wants to get rid of EU laws and is now upset that EU law will not apply. https://t.co/lJGPkFIQEv
— Richard Chambers (@newschambers) February 7, 2019
You won, get over it. https://t.co/zYxC7ZyV8U
— Sarah Calvert (@calvert_3) February 7, 2019
IF IT WERE NOT FOR THE EU – AND BRITAIN'S MEMBERSHIP OF IT – THAT YOU OPPOSE – THIS WOULD NOT HAVE HAPPENED IN THE FIRST PLACE.
YOU UTTER DIM WITTED HYPOCRITE. https://t.co/sIOGoYlQdf
— Jon Worth (@jonworth) February 7, 2019