12 smashing reactions to Boris Johnson driving a bulldozer through a fake wall
In the death throes of the electoral campaign, Boris Johnson decided to go big or go home, and we all know he’s not much of a homebody, so he went big.
Financial Times journalist, Sebastian Payne gave us a heads up.
— Sebastian Payne (@SebastianEPayne) December 10, 2019
The Guardian’s Heather Stewart regretfully shared the action.
I am in a JCB factory with Boris Johnson and I regret to inform you that this just happened: pic.twitter.com/C8aFoXOcA8
— Heather Stewart (@GuardianHeather) December 10, 2019
Naturally, the PM tweeted his favourite words like some kind of tortured parrot.
Break the gridlock. Get Brexit done. 🇬🇧 pic.twitter.com/o4EqkTIqSc
— Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) December 10, 2019
And Twitter reacted.
Alan Partridge was supposed to be a warning, not a manualpic.twitter.com/8p5NlPh0HS
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) December 10, 2019
I’m not sure there’s a better metaphor for the Brexit process than proudly smashing though a wall of polystyrene you erected yourself. https://t.co/lAkBD8bgkA
— Ben Stanley (@BDStanley) December 10, 2019
"AND "GRIDLOCK", A MILITARY-BASED QUIZ SHOW ON DIGITAL CABLE CHANNEL UK CONQUEST." https://t.co/7mkZfbSZyN
— Accidental Partridge (@AccidentalP) December 10, 2019
Boris Johnson has just driven a JCB through some polystyrene bricks. This is our prime minister. Out on day release for phone theft pic.twitter.com/Y69nYX1wbW
— John Crace (@JohnJCrace) December 10, 2019
October: Johnson can’t be seen with disposable cup, because of ‘environment’.
December: Johnson drives JCB through massive wall of polystyrene bricks, because ‘fuck the environment’. pic.twitter.com/a6lHe81kqz
— Damon Evans (@damocrat) December 10, 2019