British Prime Minister Theresa May has been tasked with handling the Brexit negotiations after supplanting the disgraced David Cameron, who opposed the project vehemently. She has blundered the situation so disgracefully that her entire government now hangs in the balance.
May is pushing an incredibly unpopular Brexit deal that makes a mockery of the entire referendum that was approved by voters back in 2016. It is unexpected that the House of Commons will approve her deal. When she claimed today that “we will leave the E.U. in a smooth and orderly way,” Parliament embarrassed her by laughing in her face publicly.
It’s getting worse and worse for May as she proves she doesn’t have what it takes to lead the Commonwealth. Dominic Raab, the UK’s second Brexit secretary, and Esther McVey, UK work and pensions secretary, both have resigned in protest of May’s incompetent bumbling of the entire Brexit situation.
“No democratic nation has ever signed up to be bound by such an extensive regime, imposed externally without any democratic control over the laws to be applied, nor the ability to decide to exit the arrangement,” Raab said in his resignation letter.
Those aren’t the first public officials who were forced to resign from the fledgling leader’s regime in order to keep their dignity, as former Brexit minister Steve Baker left months ago. The Conservative Party politician talked to The Schpiel and expressed his disdain with May’s Brexit agreement for gutting British sovereignty at the behest of international oligarchs and bureaucrats.
“The PM’s deal would leave the UK a vassal state of the EU, unable to set tariffs of govern ourselves,” Baker said. “And we wouldn’t be able to exit except with permission. There would be no US trade deal with the UK under this policy. Thankfully, it has little chance of becoming law.”
Despite proving herself to be a clueless embarrassment, May remains doggedly in the fight for her deal. She is desperate to satisfy the globalist masters who selected her for this position of undeserved power.
“Leadership is about taking the right decisions, not the easy ones,” May said to reporters. “As Prime Minister my job is to bring back a deal that delivers on the vote of the British people. I believe this is a deal which does deliver that, which is in the national interest and am I going to see this through? Yes.”
Regardless of her stubborn resolve, May will be forced to deal with the electoral realities before long. Just like feminist shrew Angela Merkel of Germany, May will run from office with her tail between her legs in the very near future.