Arise Sir Humza - you've vanquished Scot independence, says Patrick Christys

Patrick Christys

Patrick Christys on his GB News show

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Patrick Christys

By Patrick Christys

Published: 06/10/2023

- 16:35

Updated: 06/10/2023

- 17:23

Patrick Christys delivers his verdict on the rise of Labour in Scotland

We should give Humza Yousaf a knighthood for services to the United Kingdom. Thanks to him being about as popular as Novichok the Scottish Independence campaign is dead in the water.

Arise Sir Humza, the saviour of the Union!

I mean, look at this, he’s on the front cover of Time Magazine…Presumably it’s called Time Magazine because the timing of this is absolutely perfect.

There he is, smirking, with the streamline: Trailblazer of the future. Absolutely, too right he is. He’s shaping the future of Scotland staying in the United Kingdom, as indeed it should.

Very few people have done more to sure up Scotland’s continued links to Westminster than that man.

I am of course talking about the fact that the SNP got battered like a Scottish Marsbar in the Rutherglen and Hamilton West by-election where Labour’s Michael Shanks secured a 20.4% swing from the Scottish Nationalists.

Patrick Christys on the death of Scot independence

Humza Yousaf has said the buck stops with him…too right it does. Too right. I wonder at what point it will emerge that Humza has been working deep undercover for the Unionists all along. According to YouGov he’s currently got a popularity rating of 11%. I’m surprised they could find 11 people.

Labour has ruled out an independence referendum on Scotland. The SNP likes to say that every election victory they had was a tacit independence referendum, well what about this now? It’s over. It’s finished. The dreams died.

But, like an Oscars victory speech, Humza also has to thank those who helped make this possible. Nicola Sturgeon and her amazing husband Peter Murrell, we can’t forget them at a time like this.

Of course though, this is a double edged sword for a lot of people, because a huge Labour surge in Scotland would probably mean a Labour landslide at the General Election.

But that in itself is not all bad for people - a hung parliament would almost definitely mean a Lib Lab coalition, and that brings with it the potential for a second EU referendum.

Look, today is not the day to dwell on the possibility of a stonking labour majority…today is the day to bask in the glory of a Humza Yousaf SNP meltdown and the independence movement crashing into oblivion…which is something Humza Yousaf knows a thing or two about

Well done Scotland, done to the fair people of Rutherglen and Hamilton West, but most of all, Sir Humza Yousaf…thank you very, very much.

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