Bronshtein wrote:UKIP voters transferred to Brexit Party - no surprise.
Cons deserted to Brexit for now - no surprise.
Labour deserted to Lib Dems and Greens - no surprise.
Coming 5th has to be a really crap night for the Tories.
Problem is once we're back in the real world - We get a demonic Quitter as head of the Tories,
Corbyn consults his smegma for signs of what to do next and we crash out with no deal.
Crispin, Arron et al make a killing somewhere and Nigel gets some sort of payoff.
Didn't vote LibDem in the end - voted Plaid instead.
Even Alistair Campbell voted Lib Dem.
What a fucking mess.
I really don’t understand people who think that somehow we can get a deal, or a second referendum.
If you think the main parties have committed electoral suicide already just wait and see what happens if they piss off 17.4 million Leave voters by telling them the first vote wasn’t right - which is how they’ll see it!
It’s pie-in-the-sky to imagine we can avoid No Deal. It’s the default position now, and it’ll energise all those little Englander fuckwits who believe that somehow we can magically make it on WTO terms. Any PM who presides over No Deal on 31st October is going to be loved by the grassroots. They don’t care about anything else now.
Both Tory and Labour are now officially shit-scared of Nigel and his one-trick show, and he’s got them dancing like puppets on a string. That’s the sickest part of all this, he doesn’t have to actually deliver anything or be of any positive use, he just holds their feet to the fire and demands what he wants.
And yet the problem is...Farage is right about one major part of it; politics is this country has been broken for a long time. First Past The Post is a joke of an electoral system which only ensures the two main parties dominate politics and have no desire or need to listen to minority voices. The UKIP/Brexit bandwagon has succeeded in making people realise this.