FOR two years Labour has goaded the Tories into calling an election. Now, incredibly, the wretched, snivelling coward Corbyn runs away from one.
Every day he and his arrogant Marxist mob sneered “Bring it on!” Until the moment they were finally offered the chance to stand before the electorate.
Corbyn and his greasy sidekick Keir Starmer have concocted wafer-thin excuses for this monstrous U-turn. The public won’t buy them.
Boris Johnson has reluctantly accepted that voters must now decide whether to go ahead with Brexit, deal or No Deal, on October 31.
Or whether Labour and treacherous ex-Tories should be able to enforce an aimless further delay, condemning an exhausted public to more bitter division and costly uncertainty.
Labour isn’t as scared of No Deal as it is of a ballot-box reckoning. Mainly for its MPs in Leave marginals, faced now with campaigning for Remain. Labour no longer respects the 17.4million Brexit voters it has betrayed. But they have to face them in the end. Why not now?
If Corbyn truly believed he was a shoo-in for No10 he would bite Boris’s hand off for the chance to snatch the keys. But his ratings are at historic lows.
He feebly tries to claim the PM wants “to avoid scrutiny”. But Boris is literally inviting it from voters. Corbyn is chicken.
Labour knows its Brexit “policy” — “we’ll negotiate a new deal, then campaign against it” — is comically ridiculous. It knows it is grievously wounded by its anti-Jewish racism, its ruinous economic policies, its fondness for tyrants and terrorists and its idolising of collapsed Latin American dictatorships.
It fears Boris’s Brexit-backing Tories, no matter how weak they now appear.
Corbyn was always an unpleasant dimwit and a liar. Turns out he is a bottler too.
SACKED Tories have lost the plot calling Boris’s team “right-wing extremists”.
It simply is NOT extreme to decide to fulfil the biggest ballot box mandate in our history, come what may.
It IS extreme to promise voters one thing and do another. To set fire to our democracy. To vote alongside Marxists . . . out of fear for our economy!
These Remainers had their moment, their Brexit “compromise”. It failed.
What real choice does Boris have now?
FEW more shocking cases of Brexit derangement exist than one-time Tory ministers Nick Boles and Anna Soubry.
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The former advises Marxist Labour how to topple the Tory PM. The second claims Britain needs “a say” on Brexit — but not an election which could cost her seat, naturally.
Oh no . . . a new referendum blatantly skewed for Remain.
These were sensible, credible politicians once. Can they not hear themselves?
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