Suella just skewered weak little scaredy cat Sunak and sent him flying OUT of No10, says Patrick Christys

Suella just skewered weak little scaredy cat Sunak and sent him flying OUT of No10, says Patrick Christys

Patrick Christys shares his thoughts on Suella Braverman's resignation letter

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Patrick Christys

By Patrick Christys

Published: 15/11/2023

- 09:31

Updated: 15/11/2023

- 10:07

Patrick Christys shares his thoughts on Suella Braverman's resignation letter

Super Suella sensationally skewered slippery Sunak. She's absolutely torn him apart. She's essentially called him a lying grifter, who is betraying the British public. Claims that Rishi Sunak will no doubt deny.

He sacked her over the phone, presumably because he didn't have the bottle to look her in the eye, and her response is dripping with poisonous anger. She accuses him of lying about wanting to cut illegal immigration, to do whatever it takes to stop the boats to get the Rwanda plan off the ground.

This here, this letter is huge, and it begs the question - from now on what will you actually hear come out of Rishi Sunak's mouth when he says stuff like this?

I think people might hear liar, liar, liar. Braverman accuses Rishi of betraying people who voted Tory in the 2019 general election and who voted for Brexit in 2016. She says he has no intention of leaving the ECHR and that he knows that the Rwanda plan, even if it's passed by the Supreme Court tomorrow, won't work because he's deliberately not made the decisions to make it work properly.

Why? Well, she says it's because he's a scaredy cat. He's a weak little scaredy cat. He actually doesn't care about winning the next election or doing what's best for the British people. He just cares about being able to say that he was Prime Minister. That's the implication. That's basically what she's hinting at there, isn't it?

And if that's true, then I worry that it confirms what many people feared, that Rishi Sunak is using this country's greatest office of state simply as a line on his CV. Suella says that Britain is at a turning point in our history and faces a threat of radicalisation and extremism in a way not seen for 20 years. Your response has been uncertain, weak and lacking in the qualities of leadership that this country needs.

She accuses him of putting off tough decisions to minimize his own political risk. But in doing so it has put us all in danger, she says. Danger of extremism. Well, it makes me wonder, is Rishi Sunak actually playing roulette with ordinary people's lives in order to prolong his political life? The fact is that this country right now, in its hours of need, requires someone brave.

If all we've got is a weak short trousered public schoolboy, I don't think Rishi Sunak cares that much about winning. Look at the latest exclusive polls commissioned for GB news. Just 31% of Tory voters in 2019 think that they will vote Conservative at the next election. Only 11% of Conservative voters strongly approve of appointing David Cameron. In the South of the country, that's at 4%.

When asked if the Conservatives understand people like me as in themselves, just 27% of Tories, their own party understands them. In the north, the famous red wall that Boris Johnson smashed through, that's at 1%. One percent is staggering.

When it comes to Rwanda, 71% of Tories support it, 40% of the entire nation does compared to 32% who don't.

So now I've bombarded you with stats, Suella wants to at least circumvent the ECHR. She wants to honor the votes of the red walls. She wants to cut illegal immigration. She wants to get the Rwanda plan off the ground. She wants jihadi nutcases off our streets and preferably out of the country as well.

I think she gets it, doesn’t she? Isn’t that what most people want? Rishi Sunak stands accused of stabbing Boris Johnson in the back. Now he's accused of stabbing Britain in the back. Suella put Sunak in Downing Street. She might just be about to be the one to boot him out of there.

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