You'll probably see it crop up a lot on news satire shows in the near future, but the presenter on Open Source (BBC News channel) has just made a classic Freudian Slip:

 

While discussing Twitter responses to Johnson becoming PM, she was explaining how the hashtag #NotMyPM has taken off (along with #Britain Trump), and tried to say "...more than 50,000 tweets carrying that tag.", but initially confused the word "tag" with another word beginning with "t"...  

Eugene's Lair posted:

You'll probably see it crop up a lot on news satire shows in the near future, but the presenter on Open Source (BBC News channel) has just made a classic Freudian Slip:

 

While discussing Twitter responses to Johnson becoming PM, she was explaining how the hashtag #NotMyPM has taken off (along with #Britain Trump), and tried to say "...more than 50,000 tweets carrying that tag.", but initially confused the word "tag" with another word beginning with "t"...  

Eugene's Lair posted:

You'll probably see it crop up a lot on news satire shows in the near future, but the presenter on Open Source (BBC News channel) has just made a classic Freudian Slip:

 

While discussing Twitter responses to Johnson becoming PM, she was explaining how the hashtag #NotMyPM has taken off (along with #Britain Trump), and tried to say "...more than 50,000 tweets carrying that tag.", but initially confused the word "tag" with another word beginning with "t"...  

Hmmm, I'd have to see it before I comment. A bit like the Victoria Derbyshire thing the other week? I dunno 

 

Amythist posted:

Sickening to think a man who has been sacked from government posts three times for lying is now PM. 

@Amythist

 

Also, he brings in:

 

Gavin Williamson: Sacked as defence secretary following an inquiry into a leak from a top-level National Security Council meeting.

 

Priti Patel: Who was forced to resign from Theresa May’s government after revelations she had conducted secret meetings with the Israeli government.

 

So the takeaway from this is that you can do or say pretty much what you want and still get a top job - Think I will try that at work next week and see what happens - maybe I will be MD by next Friday.

Dame_Ann_Average posted:

 

when journalists were journalists

 

 

WOW @Dame_Ann_Average !!!

Not seen that interview. But that is typical BJ when faced with questions he does not want to answer, and in this case I can see why not. Hard to believe he has the top job in politics - some people out there need to have a good, long, hard, look at themselves.

Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:
Dame_Ann_Average posted:

 

when journalists were journalists

 

 

WOW @Dame_Ann_Average !!!

Not seen that interview. But that is typical BJ when faced with questions he does not want to answer, and in this case I can see why not. Hard to believe he has the top job in politics - some people out there need to have a good, long, hard, look at themselves.

I've mentioned this before, but Ian Hislop has always said that he does not consider Johnson fit to serve in any political position whatsoever. Many people have just assumed he was joking, but as a political journalist who has worked with Johnson, he was being deadly serious.

 

Seriously: how many jobs do you have to be sacked from for lying before the GBP start to suspect that you might - just might - be a bit of a wrong 'un... 

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