This explosive video was a warning and now it is the empirical reality.

Those who voted for BOJO cannot ever say they were not warned:

  1. Brexit Campaign: Johnson was one of the leading figures in the campaign for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union during the 2016 Brexit referendum. His controversial statements during the campaign, including the now infamous claim that Brexit would enable the UK to spend £350 million a week extra on the National Health Service (NHS), were widely criticised for being misleading.
  2. Comments about Women and Minorities: Johnson has a history of making controversial remarks about women and minority groups. He has been criticised for using derogatory language, including referring to Muslim women wearing burqas as “letterboxes” and “bank robbers” in a 2018 newspaper column.
  3. COVID-19 Pandemic Handling: Johnson’s government faced criticism for its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes delays in implementing lockdown measures, shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers, and perceived mixed messaging on public health guidelines.
  4. Austerity Policies: As Mayor of London and later as Prime Minister, Johnson’s support for austerity measures, including cuts to public services and welfare programs, has been controversial. Critics argue that these policies disproportionately affect the most vulnerable members of society.
  5. Allegations of Misconduct: Johnson has faced allegations of misconduct throughout his career, including claims of extramarital affairs and inappropriate behaviour. These allegations have led to questions about his character and suitability for public office.
  6. Prorogation of Parliament: In 2019, Johnson controversially advised the Queen to prorogue (suspend) Parliament for five weeks, leading to accusations that he was attempting to stifle debate on Brexit. The move was ultimately ruled unlawful by the UK Supreme Court.
  7. Handling of the Grenfell Tower Fire: Johnson faced criticism for his response to the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017, which resulted in the deaths of 72 people. Critics accused him of failing to provide adequate support for the survivors and of not taking sufficient action to prevent similar disasters in the future.
  8. Breaching Lockdown Rules: During the COVID-19 pandemic, Johnson faced criticism for allegedly breaching lockdown rules himself, including by hosting gatherings at his official residence, Downing Street, at a time when such gatherings were prohibited.
  1. Water Cannon Purchase: As Mayor of London, Johnson faced criticism for purchasing three water cannon vehicles in 2014, despite concerns about their safety and effectiveness. The vehicles were never used and were eventually sold at a loss.
  2. Bus Fare Increases: During his tenure as Mayor of London, Johnson implemented several bus fare increases, which were met with criticism from commuters and advocacy groups who argued that the hikes disproportionately affected low-income Londoners.
  3. HS2 and Garden Bridge Projects: Johnson supported controversial infrastructure projects during his time as Mayor of London, including the High-Speed 2 (HS2) railway project and the Garden Bridge across the River Thames. Both projects faced significant opposition and were ultimately subject to scrutiny over their costs and feasibility.
  4. Cycling Infrastructure: Despite promoting cycling as an alternative mode of transportation during his time as Mayor of London, Johnson faced criticism for what some saw as inadequate investment in cycling infrastructure and safety measures, leading to concerns about cyclist safety in the city.
  5. Russian Influence Report: Johnson’s government was accused of delaying the publication of a parliamentary report on Russian interference in UK politics ahead of the 2019 general election. Critics alleged that the delay was politically motivated and aimed to protect the Conservative Party from scrutiny.
  6. Islamophobia Allegations within the Conservative Party: Johnson’s Conservative Party has faced accusations of Islamophobia, with critics pointing to instances of discriminatory behaviour and rhetoric among party members. Johnson himself has been criticized for not taking sufficient action to address these allegations.
  7. Relationship with Donald Trump: Johnson’s close relationship with former US President Donald Trump has been controversial, particularly given Trump’s divisive policies and statements. Critics argue that Johnson’s alignment with Trump undermines UK values and interests.
  8. Use of Offensive Language: Johnson has a history of using offensive language and making controversial remarks. In addition to his comments about women and minorities, he has been criticised for making insensitive remarks about various groups, including working-class communities and people with disabilities.
  9. The Garden Bridge Scandal: The construction of the Garden Bridge project during Johnson’s tenure as Mayor of London faced scrutiny over allegations of mismanagement, conflicts of interest, and the misuse of public funds. The project was eventually scrapped, resulting in significant financial losses for taxpayers.
  10. Response to the Black Lives Matter Movement: Johnson faced criticism for his response to the Black Lives Matter protests in the UK, with many accusing him of downplaying the issues of systemic racism and police brutality.
  11. Use of Private Email for Government Business: Johnson faced scrutiny over his use of a private email account for official government business while he was Foreign Secretary, raising concerns about transparency and accountability.
  12. Handling of the Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe Case: Johnson faced criticism for his handling of the case of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a British-Iranian dual citizen who was detained in Iran on espionage charges. Johnson’s remarks suggesting that Zaghari-Ratcliffe was teaching journalism in Iran (which she denies) were seen as potentially harmful to her case.

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