Twenty One Tory MP’s have been kicked out of the party and banned from standing for the Conservatives at the next General Election. Two former Chancellors Ken Clarke MP and Phillip Hammond Mp, Former Attorney General Dominic Grieve MP & Winston Churchill’s Grandson Sir Nicholas Soames have all been sacked by PM Boris Johnson for their disloyalty to their party and most importantly their country by rebelling against the government and the people of this country by voting to take ‘No Deal’ off the table.
The twenty one treacherous MP’s helped inflict defeat on the Prime Minister in his first major vote since he replaced Treasonous Theresa May. Mr Johnson’s government confirmed all 21 MP’s had the Tory whip removed, meaning they have been sacked from the Conservatives and will not be allowed to stand for the party at the next general election.
The second former chancellor to vote against the government led the charge against Mr Johnson’s no-deal plans. A dedicated Tory and MP for the Surrey constituency of Runnymede and Weybridge for 22 years, he has promised Mr Johnson the “fight of a lifetime” if he is not allowed to stand at the next election. Before having the whip removed, “Spreadsheet Phil”, as he was known while chancellor, said he would explore legal action should he be removed as a Conservative MP. I have no sympathy for Hammond, he’s spent the past 3 years actively working to subvert what 17.4 million people voted for back in June 2016.
The former attorney general revealed before the vote he was going to rebel, and has previously said he would stop a no-deal Brexit even if it means Jeremy Corbyn becomes prime minister. He said he wanted to remain in the Conservative Party to “save” it from the likes of our PM Boris Johnson – whose rhetoric he blamed for receiving death threats. Before the vote he said he knew he could have have the whip removed but had not been directly threatened. Yet another traitor to the his party and the people of the country. It’s actually quite hard to believe Grieve and Mr Johnson are in the same party. Well not for much longer. It’s refreshing seeing a Prime Minister act in the interests of the people for once.
One of two former chancellors to vote against the government and the people that voted for the UK to leave in the biggest democratic exercise in British history, for the Father of the House and current longest-serving MP to risk losing the whip after 49 years was a momentous occasion. In a sarcasm-laden speech to parliament before the vote, he added on a serious note there was “no precedent” for a government “pursuing a policy which they know a majority in parliament is opposed to”. The staunch Europhile branded Mr Johnson a “rather knock-about character” with a “bizarre ‘crash it through’ philosophy”. He had already said he would not contest another election. You see Ken Clarke has hit the nail on the hand, our PM is being lambasted as a dictator because the majority of MP’s are against the UK leaving and they’ve been frantically working to prevent our orderly departure. Parliament may not want to leave, however the people do want to leave, we currently have a situation on our hands where our MP’s are working against the British people, even though there job is to serve the people and be their voice. I think a lot of these elitist traitors seem to have forgotten that.
The rest of the ‘Traitors’ that were sacked are as follows:
David Gauke MP South West Hertfordshire
Sir Oliver Letwin MP West Dorset
Justine Greening MP Putney
Rory Stewart MP Penrith & The Border
Alistair Burt MP NE Bedfordshire
Sir Nicholas Soames Mid Sussex
Dame Caroline Spelman Meriden
Greg Clarke MP: Tunbridge Wells
Sam Gyimah MP: East Surrey
Antoinette Sandbach MP: Eddisbury
Stephen Hammond MP: Wimbledon, Raynes Park, Morden and Motspur Park.
Margot James MP: Stourbridge
Richard Harrington MP: Watford
Guto Bebb MP: Aberconwy
Caroline Nokes MP: Romsey & Southampton North
Ed Vaizey MP: Wantage & Didcot
Steve Brine MP: Winchester
Anne Milton MP: Guildford
Richard Benyon MP: Newbury
All of the above names have chosen to side with a foreign power (EU) they are actively working to sabotage our orderly exit from The European Union. We must not forgive and certainly never forget their disloyalty not only to their party but most importantly their country which they claim to ‘Love’. History will remember them as ‘Traitors’ and rightly so. So really parties like The Brexit Party and UKIP are essentially forcing the Tories to act in the best interests of the British people. Thank God, we’ve replaced the awful, treasonous May with a fearless leader like Boris. Let’s just hope he sticks to his word and we leave on the 31st October 2019 with or without a deal, obviously the latter would be the most desirable.
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