This fake ‘March to Leave’ website is so much better than the real one
As you must have heard by now, Nigel Farage has been fundraising for a grand-gesture march to take place from Sunderland to London, like a hideous mockery of the Jarrow March, but with regular hotel stops and a lot of bussed sections. The website for the march is a cross between Brexit propaganda and a begging letter, but an anti-Brexit activist group, Led by Donkeys, has set up its own – cheekily similar – website, that has a lot more going for it.
We took a look at some of the best differences. The original comes first, followed by the @ByDonkeys parody.
Pledge to march
Farage – Sunderland to Parliament Square
@ByDonkeys – Bexhill to Ramsgate
To add insult to injury, @ByDonkeys have also managed to crowdfund for a couple of advans to follow the Leave march.
💥You did it💥. You've funded two ad vans to follow Farage's fake grassroots millionaire-funded farce from start to finish. And the thing with these digital ad vans is that they play video. Obviously we're gonna play him get busted for taking a private jet to work. But what else?
— Led By Donkeys (@ByDonkeys) March 14, 2019
Perhaps this will be on one of them.