"Steve Bannon likes Johnson, as he does Tommy Robinson. This is the man who told France's far-right that attacks for racism and xenophobia should be worn 'like a medal', and who admits that his team is in daily touch with the disgusting Robinson. Of Johnson he says, 'I consider Boris Johnson someone who understands the physics in the ebb and flow of events.'
This is Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson: ambitious, shallow, selfish, unprincipled - and some people would like to see him as Prime Minister...?
I get the impression that you don't like Boris then? Pity.
Given the fact that both the main political parties currently have weak leaders - I'm not including the LibDims, they don't count - can anyone name anyone in either party that has the right credentials to lead that party and become Prime Minister? Ignoring for a moment those who would be well qualified but haven't got the slightest interest in the job, my money would be on Boris or Jacob for the Tories. But what about Labour? The party desperately needs somebody of stature that's not beholden to Momentum or the Unite union to replace the terrorist's apologist Corbyn if they stand any chance of forming a government. Unfortunately I can't think of anyone - can you?
We don't have much of a selection if we were picking a pm at the present time. At this precise moment I think Corbyn would be the most harmful to the most people (and that will be ordinary working class people because politics dont really make much impression on the wealthy) and the best choice for the most people (although I never thought I would say this)is May.
What is far more dangerous is that the demonising of Corbyn and sidelining of Johnson will lead to the new Blair in the shape of Khan stepping in - surely FAR more of a problem than the other two."