British Politicians Revolt Against PM Boris Johnson On Brexit | The Last Word | MSNBC

 

Boris Johnson clashed with members of Parliament over a no-deal Brexit. David Smith of the Guardian explains what happened in Parliament today and what this means for Brexit's future.
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British Politicians Revolt Against PM Boris Johnson On Brexit | The Last Word | MSNBC

63 Comments on "British Politicians Revolt Against PM Boris Johnson On Brexit | The Last Word | MSNBC"

  1. Make Racists Afraid Again | September 5, 2019 at 1:24 AM | Reply

    America needs to give Evil, Failed Trump this treatment.

    • These are merely halfwits who are adept at parroting what they’re favourite talking heads on TV tell them.
      Orange man bad is the be all and end all for these morons.

    • @Jake MacHine You mean, apart from the crooked deals making money for himself and his children? Why not just face it: America is still a monarchy. You’d rather be ruled by a king than governed by an equal. And proles like you are the evidence.

    • @Macsen Wledig You’re right. You’d need a brain to wash. And with what you have between your ears? A light rinse would do the job.

    • Your ripostes are as low energy as the favourite to gain the democrat nomination.
      The left have become modern day puritans, pearl clutching halfwits incapable of critical thinking and devoid of all logic and rationality.

      TDS is very real.

  2. At least the brits stand up to their version of #TrumpTheCorrupt

    • BritainForTheBritish | September 5, 2019 at 12:10 PM | Reply

      @gymkhanadog Boris brother? Why do I care about that? I’m for Boris not his Brother

    • BritainForTheBritish | September 5, 2019 at 12:11 PM | Reply

      @gymkhanadog lost parliamentary votes from a parliament who are not representing their constituents and are denying us a general election because Boris will win and they admit it openly.

      Clearly you have no idea of anything, you think parliamentary votes represnt the nation? You’re deluded

    • @Leo Cor But you have no problem w NAZI’S, right??

    • @BritainForTheBritish You truly do not understand what the electoral college is. I’m not going to be your Wikipedia, but you need to educate yourself if that’s what you think it is.

  3. Borislav Johnson reminds me of a younger SpankyPants tRump what with the bluster & putrid yellow hair!

    • He’s using Trump’s tactics as well. He is trying to present himself as the voice of the people and anyone who opposes him as traitors.

    • Calling your opponents “traitors”
      Now where have I seen that being played out over the past three years 24/7 on every corporate leftist media mouthpiece…..

  4. Boris looks like a guy wearing a cheap Donald Trump Halloween costume.

    • He looks like an orange.
      Trump looks like an orange.
      Both are idiots!
      Message to me:
      Orange juice = brain damage!

    • Salt Collector | September 5, 2019 at 7:16 AM | Reply

      @FightClub :orangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbadorangemanbad

    • truerealityscott | September 5, 2019 at 10:08 AM | Reply

      😆

    • truerealityscott | September 5, 2019 at 10:11 AM | Reply

      @Salt Collector never has a snake oil sales man had such a dupe as you. Manchild could sale you ice in the Arctic 😆 and a cooler to boot

    • @Salt Collector 🍊

  5. Why did Cambridge Analytical and Putin wage cyber war to encourage brexit?

    • Why did the the government spend millions of taxpayers money on pro EU propaganda?
      Why does George Soros keep funding remain campaign sabotage attempts?

      Why weren’t you as interested in the Clinton Podesta emails as you are with this Cambridge analytica nonsense?

    • sugarpuffbutty | September 5, 2019 at 5:31 AM | Reply

      To weaken Europe and make it easier for Putin to do what he wants with a less effective opposition.

    • Putin, the leader of an international backwater with an annual GDP less than that of the state of Texas has designs on world domination?

      I think it’s time you took some time out from grown up issues

    • truerealityscott | September 5, 2019 at 11:22 AM | Reply

      @Macsen Wledig you’re a wacko. Are you playing on mommies smart phone

  6. Looks like the UK is smart enough to spot phony “populist” BS. I’m still waiting for my fellow working class Americans to figure out they’ve been conned.

    • We’re not, mate. Or at least vast regions of the UK are not. The way we kept getting ourselves into this current ridiculous, embarrassing, damaging hole proves it. USA aren’t the only ones with a giant, 3-year long “WTF” expression regarding its government and its people…

    • We voted to leave the EU and it’s not being delivered. Trust is the foundation of any democracy.This damage will last for generations..

    • 3LD Who exactly are you talking about when say the UK is smart enough to spot a phony because it may have escaped your an MSNBCs attention that Boris is trying to carry out the will of the people and he is being stopped from doing so by a bunch of MPs who think they know better than the British electorate.

    • truerealityscott | September 5, 2019 at 10:01 AM | Reply

      @3LD Manchild has tapped into the same vein of hate as Hitler did. Mean, racist, ignorant, white supremacist support the baby trump. He finally would have made papa proud. Tag teaming baby girls with his jew friend Epstein, probably didn’t make papa too happy

  7. Trump’s clone gets savaged! Fantastic!

  8. I think when Trump endorsed Johnson and called him his (friend) has pretty much ensured that a downward tail spin is all but guaranteed

    • @BritainForTheBritish After three years it is OK to have buyer’s remorse and turn away from the British apocalypse.

    • BritainForTheBritish | September 5, 2019 at 9:27 AM | Reply

      @ruth depew buyers remorse for something that hasn’t happened? How does that work?

    • truerealityscott | September 5, 2019 at 11:17 AM | Reply

      as It should. The idiocy and daily huckmanship have sunk the republican’s ship. They might as well start shooting up Wal-Mart on regular basis now since they’re going to go extinct anyway. Nice legacy for the South and for rural America. It might warm McVeigh’s heart and his like minded cohorts.

    • @truerealityscott Actually if you are going to site geographic areas, you must specify the Midwest and the Great Plains whose rural areas were and are more segregated and racist than the South ever was. Most of their small towns have never had a single Black resident.

    • @Macsen Wledig
      You’re telling people what they think now?
      Kellyanne? Is that you?

  9. Joshua Desautels | September 5, 2019 at 1:43 AM | Reply

    Meanwhile, we can’t find even a hand-full of congressional Republicans willing to buck their leadership.

  10. Retrograde Beats | September 5, 2019 at 1:46 AM | Reply

    Their whole political process be lit af

  11. Jim McLoughlin | September 5, 2019 at 1:49 AM | Reply

    By comparison to US politics it was Boris v seven other political parties and fifteen from his own party. Politics at it most honest conviction of conscience,

  12. Can you imagine the US President having to stand in front of the Senate or Congress one day a week to be questioned?? ☺

    • Mario Off-Topic | September 5, 2019 at 9:12 AM | Reply

      @Macsen Wledig You are a prime example for Trump followers, since name calling is all you can do. I never heard any of you coming up with any reasonable remark. You only show how pathetic you really are.

    • @Pete Urbann Amen to that! I had no idea UK gov’t was this entertaining. We need this format here in the U.S.!!

    • Perhaps you NPC’s haven’t been re-programmed yet.
      The Russian conspiracy theory is dead, Lawrence O’Donnell did his best to resurrect it again last week but that ended in more apologies, more humiliation and even less credibility than before.

      The only people likely to face jail over Russia are Brennan, Comey, Clapper and a host of little swamp apparatchiks lime Strzok, Ohr and Page.

  13. If Trump had to face his critics, like this, he’d have a heart attack.

    • Andrew Mitchell | September 5, 2019 at 9:45 AM | Reply

      He’d just use the same method as the White House press secretary: never show up.

    • If the burgers don’t do it first 🙄

    • That is one of the thing I like about parliamentary democracy. The leader of the country is also the leader of their party. They have to be part of the debate in Parliament.

    • True but the British PM is closer to the speaker of the house. The bill to stop a no-deal brexit is now in the house of lords to be debated and amended much like the senate. It then goes back to the house of commons to be passed again with its amendments. Then on to to the queen for royal accent to become law. So just as a US law would go to the president’s desk to be made law Trump’s position in this process is that of the queen (don’t tell him he’d love that).

    • @Karen I’m pulling for a chicken bone! Death by KFC… something both grisly and painful!

  14. WildwoodClaire1 | September 5, 2019 at 2:33 AM | Reply

    Boris Johnson has been revolting for years.

  15. I still think a zip line from Big Ben down to river Thames would be the quickest way to solve the problem.

  16. That’s because Boris Johnson is revolting.

  17. I wish we could do this here in the White House!

  18. Martin Shillitoe | September 5, 2019 at 4:01 AM | Reply

    In the UK politicians challenge the PM and hold him/her to account. Just shows how pathetic things have become in the US with the republicans and Trump

    • Perhaps rather than the establishment trying to take him out through a weaponised FBI and CIA, in future you could find some politicians who are not merely vapid morons who’s virtue signalling and pandering to the far left makes them unelectable and detested by anyone with – modicum of decency.

    • Martin Shillitoe — Not comparable. The systems work differently.

    • Waste of time Martin Shitloe is obviously just another leftist Halfwit who knows nothing about nothing.
      He seems to think Trump has somehow changed the system over there in his three year tenure, they should tell us all we need to know about this clown

  19. So this is the best the ring wing politicians can bring? So much for this so called white supremacy, more like white super stupidity.

  20. Hey Republicans here’s an example of a Legislative Assembly that is doing their job also known as having a backbone. Remember when your party used to have a backbone and didn’t wait for a president to tell them what to do?

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