“I think he’s a ‘dead man walking’.” Ian Blackford pushes for the Prime Minister to tender his resignation to the Queen today.

As the mainstream media, along with leftist politicians, circle Boris Johnson like vultures, hoping he resigns is their key aim.

“I think he’s a ‘dead man walking’.” Ian Blackford pushes for the Prime Minister to tender his resignation to the Queen today.

Today, SNP’s Ian Blackford pushed the striking narrative [phrase] which has been circulating since last night after Boris Johnson won the confidence vote that was triggered after more than 15% of Tory politicians wrote a letter to the 1922 committee to call a vote of confidence against the Prime Minister.

The continuous phrase of the day is “dead man walking.” This highly visual phrase is set to be continually used by the mainstream media and leftist politicians in the hope of making people think the PM is finished [which he is not].

During an interview with Ian Blackford on the Kay Burley show, the SNP MP was asked “how long do you think the Prime Minister can stay in office?”

Ian Blackford responded by saying, “I think he’s a dead man walking. I think it’s better for all of us that he [Boris Johnson] goes sooner rather than later. I want that day to be today and I think he needs to reflect on the lack of support that he has from his back benchers. “

“He needs to realise that he doesn’t have the moral support, he doesn’t have the right to lead as Prime Minister. The sooner he goes, the better. I would like to see the Prime Minister offering his resignation to the Queen today. “

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