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Good Morning Britain: Election Results
« on: December 13, 2019, 07:55:07 PM »
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  •  Good Morning Britain: Election Result Analysis

    Posted By: Hunter Wallace December 13, 2019
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    I genuinely don’t understand how Jeremy Corbyn could have lost.

    He announced his pronouns and everything. pic.twitter.com/sPu4NNF487
    — Titania McGrath (@TitaniaMcGrath) December 13, 2019
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    LMAO the leaders of the Liberal Democrats lost her seat tonight https://t.co/1fCAfXAYgY
    — EMPEROR WHITEPILL (@CptBlackPill) December 13, 2019
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    After yet another failure by a privileged White male, it is time for the Labour Party to hand over the reins of power to one of its many brilliant and talented non-White female politicians. #DianeAbbot4Leader pic.twitter.com/jRRHnRGVY1
    — TRAD NEWS (@AffirmativRight) December 13, 2019
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    Some compare Corbyn’s car crash to 1983. But it’s worse. In 83 Labour was still largest party in Scotland & held its heartlands. Today it’s being chased out of both, its electorate is now structurally unsound & machinery held by hard left. It took 3 elections to recover from 83.
    — Matthew Goodwin (@GoodwinMJ) December 13, 2019
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    ‘The narrative’ is already emerging. Replace Mr Corbyn and all shall be well. Not so. Labour’s problem is that it’s breaking into 3 parties (1) liberal degree-holding Brahmin Left, (2) dwindling blue-collar, socially conservative Traditional Left, (3) students + ethnic minorities
    — Matthew Goodwin (@GoodwinMJ) December 13, 2019
    This isn’t complicated.
    The Labour Party ignored the will of the people for over three years and demanded a second referendum on BREXIT. The BREXIT Party vote has gone to the Tories and Labour has split between its Wine Track wing of urbanite liberal progressive voters based in London and other metropolitan areas and the White working class in northern England.
    The Left lost the working class because of its insufferable social liberalism:
    Blue is Tories, Red is Labour

     


     

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