The anti-Brexit elites claim to support Parliamentary Democracy, yet they’re handing control over the Brexit process back to the European Union.
The elites are trying to block Brexit once again.
Despite the fact that Brexit won a clear majority, and despite the fact that Brexit has the largest mandate in UK history, the corrupt anti-democratic elites are trying to stymie the will of the people by pushing yet another delay to Brexit.
In a 328-301 vote, MPs – including 21 Conservative ‘rebels’ – voted to continue with a bill that would block a ‘No Deal’ Brexit.
The vote will deprive the UK Government and PM Boris Johnson of a key piece of negotiating leverage, the willingness to walk away without a deal.
Disturbingly, the legislation will give the European Union over the timetable of Brexit, leaving the EU in charge and savaging any independence of the UK Government over the process.
Now, there are many questions to be answered. First, it’s possible that Johnson will ignore the vote, and refuse to go to Brussels and push for an extension – something he has flatly ruled out.
Also, there could soon be an election, with Johnson strongly hinting that he will push for an election.
The Conservative ‘rebels’ are also likely to ‘lose the whip,’ meaning they will not be able to stand as Conservatives in any upcoming election.
Here’s what UK PM Boris Johnson and far-left Socialist Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn said following the vote:
— Bloomberg (@business) September 3, 2019
Jeremy Corbyn says there is no majority in the country for no deal.
The Labour leader says the prime minister should get the no deal bill through first in order to take no deal off the table.
— Sky News (@SkyNews) September 3, 2019
“The British People voted for Brexit, yet the anti-democratic elites are doing everything to block the will of the People. Around the world, the elites continually show that they only believe in democracy when the vote goes their own way.”
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