BORIS Johnson will not be the puppet of Parliament’s anti-democratic Remainers.
If they defeat him today and tomorrow, he will have no choice but to reluctantly trigger a snap election.
It will be a huge gamble, forced on him by Tory rebels who have lost the plot.
We have always assumed the Tories could not win a national poll before Brexit has been delivered.
That was certainly true under Theresa May. But circumstances have radically changed.
Voters now see with crystal clarity Boris’s absolute determination to uphold our democracy and deliver on the referendum result, with No Deal if need be.
They see too, with visceral and increasing disgust, what he is up against.
The new Prime Minister is being sabotaged by Corbyn’s Remain-backing Labour and two dozen irreconcilable Tories who ultimately chose not to honour their manifesto promises on Brexit.
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THE SUN SAYS
Jeremy Corbyn and panic-stricken Remainers are now resorting to blatant lies
THE SUN ON SUNDAY SAYS
Emmanuel Macron is now bending as European fears about No Deal grow
The true aim of this comically absurd Bill they have now tabled is not to stop No Deal. It is to stop Brexit.
It “compels” the PM to beg for another aimless delay — something he rightly refuses ever to do.
Why would Brussels offer us any better deal under those circumstances?
Some diehard Remainers don’t care. They don’t really want a deal.
These myopic rebels, if they will not back down, must be fired and replaced as Tory candidates.
They can hardly complain, if they try to defeat the Government’s single current purpose.
Others should ponder why many fellow Tory Remainers and voters sensibly concluded they had a duty to their party and country to deliver on the biggest mandate in UK history, come what may.
THE BREXIT PARTY MUST LISTEN
They should let Boris negotiate freely.
He has been in office seven weeks. He is already a far better PM than his predecessor: vastly more energetic, decisive, charismatic and optimistic.
He is resolute in carrying out what the public voted for in unprecedented numbers.
If the rebels force an election, that will be his simple message to the nation — and Brexit Party supporters specifically.
They must listen. Voting for Nigel Farage will not deliver the No Deal exit they want.
Unless he gets behind Boris to do so, he will split the Leave vote and probably gift power to a Marxist Labour Party now bent on reversing Brexit.
Farage’s lifelong Brexit dream will be dead and buried. Along with our economy, security and standing in the world.
THE mind-boggling £26billion-a-year tax rises we now know a Labour Government would need would be just the start.
Because the economy would be in meltdown within hours of a Labour win.
Which sane investor would keep funds here to be confiscated by Marxist revolutionaries?
Which employer wouldn’t shed staff to survive? The carnage, in wrecked lives and lost jobs, would be immense.
Will smug Tory Remainers still be slapping each other on the back then?
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