So here we are again. One Jacob Rees-Mogg articulately making the case for not voting for the Conservatives. In his recent outing on LBC, he claimed the Grenfell victims lacked common sense.
And then the Tory position wasn’t helped when Andrew Bridgen stepped in to defend Mogg by suggesting that “We want very clever people running the country, don’t we? That is a by-product of what Jacob is, and that’s why he is in a position of authority. What he is actually saying is, he would have made a better decision than the authority figures who gave that advice.”
Men of the people? Hardly. If these people want to run the country, where’s the empathy?
If they wanted to be truly representative of the country beyond the landed gentry, they might consider taking themselves out to those parts of society that have been left impoverished by a decade of Tory cruelty.
Just remember, if you don’t want this cruelty to continue, get out, vote, make sure it’s not for the Conservatives and that you vote tactically.