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If you can't win the arguments in public debate, seems the libtard establishment are resorting to taking out the Brexiteer leaders with personal attack and legal cases.   One on Arron Banks by the Electoral Commission has just failed, finding no case to answer.  Now we've got the allegations about Boris's conduct as Mayor of London. The Dems are taking the same approach across the pond, with an attempt to impeach Trump, which is unlikely to get through a Republican Senate and ironically, will bolster his support in the 2020 election.   What they can't grasp, is that, by it's very nature, populism is popular.

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And now Nigel Farage is being investigated by the police for saying that if he got into government he would "take a knife" to the Civil Service. He says he should really have said he would "take an axe" to it, although I'm not sure that would have been acceptable to offenderati either. What sad times we're living in.

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You can thank the US Democrats for this problem as Obs said.  It's diabolical over here, just because the popular Trump beat darling Hillary, the left has lost its mind.  For three years they have literally fabricated one ridiculous scandal after another, all of it blatant lies.  They know that they can't beat him at the voting booth, so they are spending millions of dollars and paralyzingly government, just to be able to say that he was impeached by the House in their 2020 ads, even though that means nothing.   The Dems have taken no part in any government business since Trump was elected.

The problem is that it has destroyed the political process, now every President elected, regardless of party, will be impeached on some lie or another starting at day one.  Unfortunately, the tactic seems to have found its way across the Pond.

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What appears to be the case Tex; is that the libtards simply won't accept any democratic vote that they disagree with, from referendum to Presidential Election.   Now the Lib un-Dems  Leader has openly stated that should another referendum vote leave, she would disregard it;   and suspecting this will be the result, she now wants to revoke Article 50,  and they have the nerve to accuse Boris of Dictatorship.  It seems to be an affliction of a younger generation that is used to getting it's own way and never having  been said "NO" to -  all rather pathetic.

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While the public's respect for politicians is at an all time low, it seems that they are all bent on keeping their backsides glued to the green benches as long as possible and to hell with the country and the consequences. A plague on all their houses, none of them are fit for office.

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The world should watch November 2020 very carefully.   A political party, the leaders of the intelligence services and the media have and continue to collude in a coup to overthrow a legitimately elected President.  Trump's record is written in stone and the election will prove whether the ordinary public have the will to oppose them.  If not, democracy will be officially dead.   The same applies to Brexit.

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They will be dragging up that he was prone to fits of temper and anger, often screaming and shouting abuse. Two year olds tend to be like that..🤣

It looks to me like the politicians are worried that he might actually do what he said he would set out to do and get Britain out of the EU by the end of the month no matter what that entails as regards deals or lack thereof and are doing their best to dredge up some reason to oust him from power so that they do not lose out on the EU perks funding for their little schemes

Given that there are adverts on TV advising us to gear up for leaving at the end of the month, it seems that they might be right in thinking that.

The main annoyance is the length of time that this has dragged on. More than enough time to sort things out and yet it is down to the last minute due to personal vendettas against the leaders who have been lumbered with getting it done.

I do often wonder how much those who are pushing remain stand to personally lose when it is sorted out.

PS i will also look forward to seeing how much of a pay rise our devoted MP's vote for this time round as well.

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The Irish Government is also putting out adverts telling its citizens to prepare for Brexit at the end of the month...............................................

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When you consider that Bojo was exposed to the workings of the courts for proroguing Parliament ,his  interruption to the Parliamentary business schedule is nothing compared to the business lost because of the spoiling tactics of Remain MPs  delaying the implementation of a democratic vote in favour of leaving the EU.

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