Theresa May’s extraordinary Facebook meltdown

Theresa May’s extraordinary Facebook meltdown

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Theresa May has posted an extraordinary rant on Facebook. Most of the top-rated comments are highly critical, but this spectacular Facebook meltdown needs breaking down point by point so that it can be exposed as the tide of absolute drivel that it is.

So here we go …

“If I lose just six seats I will lose this election, and Jeremy Corbyn will be sitting down to negotiate with the presidents, prime ministers and chancellors of Europe.”

Let’s hope this happens because you’ve clearly lost the plot completely. You’re claiming that the constituency seats belong to you personally, not to the MPs that won them!

People’s choices of words tell a lot about them, and your choice of words here is very telling indeed. You’re coming across as an increasingly out-of-touch narcissist who thinks everything is about you.

You’re sounding more and more like Donald Trump with every passing day.

“For anyone with any doubts about the importance of this election, the events of the past week should have put them to rest. With the publication of the Labour Party’s manifesto on Tuesday, and the launch of my own plan on Thursday, it is clearer than ever just how much is at stake.”

Your Tory manifesto is a ridiculous shambles that announces over 50 totally uncosted policies. Your farcical manifesto is clearly aimed at political sleepwalkers who actually want a government that just makes things up as they go along with no attempt whatever to explain how they’re going to pay for things.

“Labour’s plan – with its fantastical promises and utopian vision – would drag this country back to the past. It would undo all the progress we have made, return us to the days when the trade unions held sway, and put our economic security at risk.”

Dragging the country back to the past is quite an accusation from a woman who wants to bring back fox hunting and grammar schools, and was a top minister in a government that oversaw the lowest levels of house building since the 1920s and the slowest post-crisis recovery since the 1720s!

“It is a despairing document from a divisive party, written and shaped by a leader who doesn’t understand – or like – our country.”

You Tories divided the nation over Brexit (turning an internal Tory party squabble into a national crisis), and have spent the last seven years massively increasing the gulf between the super-rich minority and the rest of us, and you have the brass neck to call anybody else “divisive”.


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