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Sunak Humiliated in BBC Interview

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Interview Disaster

Sunak disastrous BBC interview seals his fate as the worst Prime Minister in modern history. His non-stop lies and cringeworthy dodging of basic questions confirm that he is an absolute embarrassment.

He couldn’t bring up a single accomplishment, or talk about taking responsibility for his actions, or apologise properly for the D-day scandal. All he could do was sell his campaign and urge voters to pick him from the useless lineup.

Sunak’s feeble display will ring in voters’ ears as they flock to the ballot box. His pathetic begging for forgiveness only proves he lacks the integrity to govern.

Sunak has shown he doesn’t deserve our trust or respect. His interview was the final nail in the coffin of his miserable premiership.

Sunak Postures About Nothing

Rishi Sunak can’t help but completely humiliate and expose his rotten self in the middle of election season and right on national public television.

He thinks it is just a merry ol’ time to take part in an interview and try to weasel your way out of a tough situation by incessantly lying through your teeth about all the corrupt Tory policies tearing the U.K apart piece by piece.

So how bad did Sunak do throughout this interview? How did he find the time to be humiliated in different ways yet again? Well, the BBC interview started with Sunak monologuing about non-existent accomplishments and false promises to our ears.

Sunak states how he looks at the political scene right now and somehow sees no one more capable or appropriate for such an important job like the prime minister of a great country like the U.K. And to that I would say that Sunak needs to immediately get his eyes checked and purchase some glasses, because his eyesight is giving him false visions of reality.

Sunak then talks about building on the decades-long progress of the conservative party leading Britain. That’s why he is energised and ready to take all the necessary bold actions and initiatives to tackle all of the U.K’s biggest issues and solve them. And from his point of view, the Tories’ plans – especially for the economy – are already bearing fruit.

So let us dissect this for a moment here; Sunak is looking up to almost 14 years of Tory incompetence and corruption, and wants to build further and further atop this rotten pile of mistakes and problems. No, he does not want to learn from past mistakes, he wants to progress those very same mistakes.

And what is this talk of the Tories’ economic plans working exactly? Are they really still holding on to that slight decrease in inflation in regards to the overall GDP? The one that doesn’t even account for most of the new Sunak economic and tax policies? Good luck to them and to all their ambitious delusions.

Sunak is Humiliated on National Television

Back to the interview for a moment here, Sunak is once again confronted with the reality of his departure from the D-Day commemorations with other world leaders, and he has to play the same song and dance where he pleads for forgiveness from all the vets and all the patriotic British people.

Only to immediately jump back on the election bandwagon and try to weasel his way into cementing a false idea that he and the Tory party are actually very caring when it comes to our veterans.

He desperately tries to paint this picture of the U.K being the best place for veterans under Tory leadership. And he aggravates this idea by attempting to promote his newer policies that will be enacted if he ever gets re-elected.

You know, the policies about the mandatory national service that was criticised by Tories and Labour alike and was utterly rejected by the majority of British people – especially the younger generations.

Yeah of course, a complete buffoon like Sunak who doesn’t understand what we want or like when it comes to our military and our vets, has the audacity to bring up his blank record with the armed forces and his non-existent accomplishments to embellish his sob story about leaving a veteran commemoration day early. Believe me for now, it does not get sleazier than Sunak.

His sleaziness was so over the top that the interviewer had to intervene and put a stop to this madness. The interviewer responds to Sunak’s pleas and slimy tactics by stating that he and everyone else knows about Sunak apologising time and time again and trying to make it right for the veterans. But Sunak can’t for the life of him realise that the British people find an issue with Sunak not doing his due diligence and his duty as a leader and as the face of the U.K to stand side by side with other leaders during this historic and important day.

And all Sunak could muster up as a response is to ramble on about the same couple of points that he has been hammering for days now, while not letting the interviewer breathe for a moment of retort.

He does not care about you, me, the vets, or anyone for that matter. It is just important for him to appear clean and with a good reputation.

Farage is Brought into the Fold

Nigel Farage was once again proven to be absolutely right when he said that Sunak was not a patriotic British individual, and he was a total embarrassment for our country.

And speaking of Farage, the interviewer brings him up and with it brings forth the ultimate question about Sunak’s feelings towards Farage, especially after the previous comments we just talked about earlier.

Sunak appears distraught and tries to weasel his way out of answering this question except for showcasing a general disagreement with the way Farage runs and sees things. But the interviewer was not done, as he asked Sunak about the elephant in the room; how does he feel about conservatives seeing Farage as more conservative than he is. Want to take a wild guess how the pathetic and coward Sunak answers this question?

If you answered with a complete and total dismissal while fear mongering about how votes that go to any other party, will be votes that go straight to labour. I guess he still hasn’t come with the reality that people want him out of office by any means necessary.

Sunak tries to bring up his sad and failing programs once again, but the interviewer stops him dead in his tracks and exposes his lies about things like stopping the boats when a confirmed record high of 11,000 boats have crossed the channel in this year alone.

Sunak’s bumbling BBC interview perfectly encapsulated why he is unfit to lead Britain. His nonstop lies, dodging of responsibility, and begging for forgiveness expose his lack of integrity and competence.

Come election day, voters will render their verdict on this failed Prime Minister. Sunak has had his chance and squandered it.

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