TRUE Blue Tory MPs have threatened Treason May with a vote of n confidence if Boris Johnson is forced to go on a ‘Diversity Training Course.’
One MP said: “Any punishment beating will be the tipping point.”
Last week Based Boris said that women wearing Burqa’s looked like ‘letterboxes’ and “bank robbers” with wet Tory MPs joining the wicked left and attacked Boris for saying what most Brits were thinking.
The Sun reported that the party’s influential 1922 backbench committee needs just 48 letters to trigger a no-confidence vote in the PM — and MPs believe 38 have already been sent in the wake of her Chequers clusterfuck.
Boris could be sent for diversity training, but one MP said: “Any punishment beating will be the tipping point.”
The Sun also reported that the party’s influential 1922 backbench committee needs just 48 letters to trigger a no-confidence vote in the PM — and MPs believe 38 have already been sent in the wake of her Chequers clusterfuck.
Angry Conservative backbenchers made the warning calls as the former-Foreign Secretary’s family rushed to his defence.
Yesterday Johnson’s sister Rachel said he had been wrong to use the term “bank robbers” — but that he should have called for an outright ban.
Boris’ father Stanley added that he should have gone further and talked about Sharia Law and banning halal food.
President Trump’s former strategist Steve Bannon urged Mr Johnson not to “bow at the altar of political correctness” by apologising.
Bannon rejected claims that Johnson’s burqa remarks were a “naked pitch” for the populist vote.
“Excuse me, didn’t he actually support the wearing of the veil?” Bannon said.
“His entire argument revolves around not wanting to ban the burqa, but arguing that he agrees that it’s an oppressive garment and that there is no scriptural basis for it in the Koran, which is true. I think the substance got lost because of his throwaway line.
“The hysterical mainstream media can never separate the ‘signal from the noise’ — fortunately, the populists can.” Responding to accusations that Johnson wants to become the UK’s Trump, Bannon added: “I’m not sure Boris is using the Trump playbook so much as giving the people what they want — authenticity.
“Boris doesn’t need to ape Trump; he needs to be himself — in the digital age authenticity is all.”