A VIRTUALLY unknown Ukip MEP has left the party over Gerard Batten’s appointment of Tommy Robinson as a special advisor.
Patrick O’Flynn said he had tried to ‘stop’ Ukip from its “apparent and growing fixation” with the brave activist.
O’Flynn said he was joining a party who received just over 400 votes in the 2017 election, the SDP (Social Democratic Party), which has zero elected representatives in the UK.
The SDP received a total of 469 votes across the country at the 2017 general election, totalling 0.0%.
In a further embarrassment, O’Flynn organised a Brexit-rally outside Number 10, where only FOUR people turned up.
He was seen sharing an umbrella with UKIP’s former deputy chairwoman Suzanne Evans.
UKIP’s Patrick O’Flynn called on Twitter for a protest picket against the “Govt Brexit sell-out” Downing Street this morning.
— Rachael Venables (@rachaelvenables) November 16, 2018
He tweeted at 8am: “I’ve had enough of this, who is up for a morning picket against the Govt Brexit sell-out outside Downing Street this morning. I will be there from 10 am. Please come along.”
Only FOUR people came.
He later tweeted: “I appreciate my impromptu picket today is very short notice, please come if you can, clearly we Leavers now need some big, set-piece demos.”
Maybe, before you left… you could’ve supported the Brexit Betrayal Rally UKIP has organised in London on December 9th, ay Paddy?.
No great loss.