The 2019 British Parliamentary Election

Boris Johnson and the Conservatives have won a nearly 80-seat majority, the best result for the Tories since the 1987 election, when Margaret Thatcher was prime minister. Now, Brexit will finally happen after innumerable delays since the 2016 referendum.

Does this bode well for Donald Trump’s re-election chances in 2020? I certainly hope so. The globalist left need to be fought on all fronts.

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20 thoughts on “The 2019 British Parliamentary Election”

  1. This is certainly another inflection point in world affairs.   The commie pinkos are being driven away.  Boris’s victory was overwhelming, beating even optimistic polls.  This bodes well for Trump and our freedom as well.  A landslide is coming, and it sure as H E double hockey sticks isn’t going to be for Lie-a-Watha.

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  2. Trinity Waters:
    This is certainly another inflection point in world affairs.   The commie pinkos are being driven away.  Boris’s victory was overwhelming, beating even optimistic polls.  This bodes well for Trump and our freedom as well.  A landslide is coming, and it sure as H E double hockey sticks isn’t going to be for Lie-a-Watha.

    HDAHA, Trin?

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  3. I’ve always felt Brexit was  linked to Trump.  I subscribe to the London Times Literary Supplement, and in  summer 2016, they put that cartoon of toddler tantrum Trump  on the cover.  That was the first time I ever saw that image, which was the model for those big balloons.  I wrote the editors and said, hey, he’s going to win, it’s going to be just like Brexit.   They emailed back, like, sorry we hurt your feelings.     there, there, I suppose anything could happen….

    The British lefties tried to dismiss the Brexit vote as just an embarrassing mistake, a fluke—as the left did here with Trump’s victory.  They were so caustic and dismissive about it, here and in U.K., that it was hard to keep the faith.  Could they be right?

    Now we have the answer: NO.  The British people have reiterated what they said in 2016.  That gives me hope that we will do the same here. Trump/Pence 2020!!

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  4. I knew  – just knew – Brexit would win as early as 2012, when I spent the summer in the UK doing dissertation research. Though I can’t quite say how I knew. There was just a certain political atmosphere I sensed while there, a feeling that many Britons were fed up with the EU and their nonsense.

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  5. 10 Cents:

    Trinity Waters:
    This is certainly another inflection point in world affairs.   The commie pinkos are being driven away.  Boris’s victory was overwhelming, beating even optimistic polls.  This bodes well for Trump and our freedom as well.  A landslide is coming, and it sure as H E double hockey sticks isn’t going to be for Lie-a-Watha.

    HDAHA, Trin?

    Oh yeah!  and MAGA, KAG, and all the rest, until the cows come home.

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  6. With his newly safe majority, Boris’s first action should be to extradite Christopher Steele.

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  7. AMEN !  Nationalism makes it far more likely to have full employment and free and prosperous nations and people — globalism exploits the many for the advantage of the few. The world is back on the path of freedom, peace, and prosperity. AMEN !

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  8. Mike LaRoche:
    I knew  – just knew – Brexit would win as early as 2012, when I spent the summer in the UK doing dissertation research. Though I can’t quite say how I knew. There was just a certain political atmosphere I sensed while there, a feeling that many Britons were fed up with the EU and their nonsense.

    You did dissertation research? I would love to see a post about that!

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  9. JJ:

    Mike LaRoche:
    I knew  – just knew – Brexit would win as early as 2012, when I spent the summer in the UK doing dissertation research. Though I can’t quite say how I knew. There was just a certain political atmosphere I sensed while there, a feeling that many Britons were fed up with the EU and their nonsense.

    You did dissertation research? I would love to see a post about that!

    It is all about chatting up cheerleaders and calling that research, JJ.

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  10. Mike LaRoche:
    I knew  – just knew – Brexit would win as early as 2012, when I spent the summer in the UK doing dissertation research.

    How about this- first world countries tired of living like slumdogs? Never underestimate this country’s proud Anglo history regardless of one’s personal ancestral roots.

    And I think we can’t underestimate the effect the 2016 election had on the rest of the world. Whether or not they liked Trump, there was a definitive reaction to the power that active voters wield in free market republics/democracies. The fact that Trump won against all odds sent one powerful message.

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  11. JJ:

    Mike LaRoche:
    I knew  – just knew – Brexit would win as early as 2012, when I spent the summer in the UK doing dissertation research. Though I can’t quite say how I knew. There was just a certain political atmosphere I sensed while there, a feeling that many Britons were fed up with the EU and their nonsense.

    You did dissertation research? I would love to see a post about that!

    Actually, MLR has a PhD in military history. He knows a lot about a lot and if you’re ever too lazy to google or read a book, call him. 🙂

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  12. Mike LaRoche:
    I knew  – just knew – Brexit would win as early as 2012, when I spent the summer in the UK doing dissertation research. Though I can’t quite say how I knew. There was just a certain political atmosphere I sensed while there, a feeling that many Britons were fed up with the EU and their nonsense.

    So you caught on that Brits lie to pollsters just like us?

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  13. EThompson:

    Actually, MLR has a PhD in military history. He knows a lot about a lot and if you’re ever too lazy to google or read a book, call him. 🙂

    I did not know that! Thanks for the tip.

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  14. JJ:

    EThompson:

    Actually, MLR has a PhD in military history. He knows a lot about a lot and if you’re ever too lazy to google or read a book, call him. 🙂

    I did not know that! Thanks for the tip.

    I read a lot of American history and as we all know, we’re subject to the personal biases of authors, so poor Mike gets a plethora of phone calls from me asking for verification. He loves the topic so much though (as much as NCAA football) he is always willing to find time to explain. 🙂

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  15. Douglas:
    Remainers: BRITAIN’S ECONOMY WILL CRASH IF BREXIT HAPPENS!

    Morgan Stanley CEO: We’re staying in London, Brexit or no Brexit

    LOL

    https://www.cnbc.com/video/2019/12/13/watch-cnbcs-full-interview-with-morgan-stanley-ceo-james-gorman.html

    Close friend who is Managing Director of Jefferies Financial group in London already saw this coming and had established offices in Japan with an emphasis on India as well. He’s celebrating right now because his partners abroad were unsettled by and distrustful of the EU. Angela Merkel was despised by the financial community. Plus the regulatory restraints were unbearable; now the company has the ability to hit the bullseye.

    He remarked that this exit may incur an additional $1 billion in profits for his company. Yeah!!!!

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  16. 10 Cents:

    JJ:

    Mike LaRoche:
    I knew  – just knew – Brexit would win as early as 2012, when I spent the summer in the UK doing dissertation research. Though I can’t quite say how I knew. There was just a certain political atmosphere I sensed while there, a feeling that many Britons were fed up with the EU and their nonsense.

    You did dissertation research? I would love to see a post about that!

    It is all about chatting up cheerleaders and calling that research, JJ.

    Here’s someone my research turned up: Holly Warden of the Miami Dolphins, the NFL’s first British cheerleader. 😎

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  17. EThompson:

    JJ:

    EThompson:

    Actually, MLR has a PhD in military history. He knows a lot about a lot and if you’re ever too lazy to google or read a book, call him. 🙂

    I did not know that! Thanks for the tip.

    I read a lot of American history and as we all know, we’re subject to the personal biases of authors, so poor Mike gets a plethora of phone calls from me asking for verification. He loves the topic so much though (as much as NCAA football) he is always willing to find time to explain. 🙂

    Y’all are making me blush! 😊

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  18. EThompson:

    Mike LaRoche:
    I knew  – just knew – Brexit would win as early as 2012, when I spent the summer in the UK doing dissertation research.

    How about this- first world countries tired of living like slumdogs? Never underestimate this country’s proud Anglo history regardless of one’s personal ancestral roots.

    And I think we can’t underestimate the effect the 2016 election had on the rest of the world. Whether or not they liked Trump, there was a definitive reaction to the power that active voters wield in free market republics/democracies. The fact that Trump won against all odds sent one powerful message.

    Yes, our Anglo cultural heritage must be respected, preserved, and not taken for granted. If left unchecked, the globalist left will turn this country and the rest of the Anglosphere into something alien, squalid, and repressive.

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