Insanity and delusion, incompetence and danger, rank dishonesty

That is what we wake up to this Sunday morning.

Insanity and delusion

Yes, this first is satire but there are plenty of things she’s actually said which leave her open to the satire:

They put that power in the hands of a single child?

Need we say more after this?

This man actually pats himself on the back for being “rational”?

Incompetence and danger

Rank dishonesty

4 comments for “Insanity and delusion, incompetence and danger, rank dishonesty

  1. Valentine Gray
    November 18, 2018 at 11:55 am

    Can you imagine a world without dog shit, hate crime, carbon, diversity, Brexit will be a hate crime soon, Trump, then what, my mind can’t take much more.

  2. November 18, 2018 at 1:52 pm

    Great collection of tweets summing up Western dystopia. Thank you.

    I second Valentine Gray’s sentiments.

    Last chapter of the Sessions saga coming up shortly, to add to the mix.

  3. Pcar
    November 18, 2018 at 11:15 pm

    Re: Carole Malone tweet

    How does the British public feel about Theresa May’s deal?

    A rapid turnaround YouGov study undertaken today asked the British public how they felt about the Prime Minister’s deal.

    The poll asked 3154 British adults their opinion on the latest Brexit developments.

    The agreement has not been accepted by the British public polls show.

    Four in ten (42 percent) of Britons oppose the deal, whilst only 19 percent are in favour of it.
    The remaining 39 percent answered, “don’t know”.

    This decision is roughly the same among both Leave and Remain voters.

    Four in ten Leave voters (42 percent) oppose the deal, as do almost half (47 percent) of Remain voters.
    On the supporting side, only 22 percent of leave and 20 percent of remain voters are in favour of the deal.

    The Prime Minister has failed to win over her own party as 41 percent of 2017 Conservative voters are not impressed with the deal, whilst just 28 percent are in support of it.

    Source: Express

    Given Spectator’s “The top 40 horrors lurking in the small print of Theresa May’s Brexit deal”

    and today’s:

    ERG publish Your Right To Know – the case against the Government’s Brexit deal
    Four days after the release of the 585-page draft Withdrawal Agreement for the UK’s exit from the European Union, the European Research Group (ERG) of eurosceptic Conservative MPs today publishes a concise guide making the case against the putative deal.

    In Your Right to Know, the group – chaired by Jacob Rees-Mogg – seeks to put the case against what Theresa May has agreed with the EU in plain English – and BrexitCentral is exclusively publishing the full text of the 7-page document.

    I’d imagine support for Traitor “UK Humiliated” May has declined further. Her brown noser Rachel Maclean MP needs to wake up or she’ll be out at next GE.

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    Talking of GE out; May resurrecting Ambush Rudd is a disgrace – Left hate her for not being Left enough, Right hate her for being too Left & Totalitarian.

  4. Pcar
    November 18, 2018 at 11:18 pm

    ERG publish Your Right To Know – the case against the Government’s Brexit deal
    Four days after the release of the 585-page draft Withdrawal Agreement for the UK’s exit from the European Union, the European Research Group (ERG) of eurosceptic Conservative MPs today publishes a concise guide making the case against the putative deal.

    In Your Right to Know, the group – chaired by Jacob Rees-Mogg – seeks to put the case against what Theresa May has agreed with the EU in plain English – and BrexitCentral is exclusively publishing the full text of the 7-page document.

    Note: this is highlight of full post auto-consigned to bin. James?

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