So we won it. Well done all those who voted for a bold, brave new, economically prosperous future without the shitty EU trying to scupper everything, and the increasingly ludicrous Remainer Stories of Doom.
Unfortunately, it didn’t take long for the victorious Brexit campaign to be stitched up by a dubious leadership contest whereby Tory MP’s, the majority of whom are Remainers, voted in a fellow Remainer in the guise of Theresa May, the useless former Home Secretary who has been instrumental in keeping the UK borders open over the last 6 years by refusing to kick out dodgy asylum seekers and bogus immigrants. In short, asking Ma May to be in charge of Brexit is like asking Cameron to be in charge of negotiating an EU deal that favours the UK.
May is another turncoat Tory who frequently cited anti-EU sentiments only to bottle it when it came to the crunch and side with the Remain camp. She will no doubt take her merry time invoking Article 50 whilst pandering to the EU bastards and letting odious cretins like Nicola Sturgeon stall the process.
Had the leadership contest gone to the grassroot members, it might very well have been a Brexiteer in charge but Tory in-fighting and backstabbing ensured May was shoe-horned into the top job. The result? After a stunningly democratic referendum, we’re now left with an unelected PM with no public mandate who would much rather we never left the EU and continue throwing cash into the corrupt Brussels coffers.