The PM’s breath-taking election “campaign” continues as the “most popular politician” in the country was greeted by yet another adoring member of the electorate on Saturday (22nd April 2017) – a 73-year-old man from the West Country who refused May permission to walk across his property, and grilled her on a range of issues, such as privatisation and her refusal to take part in TV debates. The man noted that she seemed “nervous” and that she was unable to answer any of his questions — in keeping with her traditional form.
The man managed to conduct a better and more incisive interview with May than Laura K, Andrew Marr, or any of the other so-called political experts and journalists — a telling sign about the state of the mainstream media in this day and age.
May’s latest – and notoriously rare – interaction with the electorate follows an incident a few days ago when another voter in Bolton stuck two fingers up at her cavalcade as she sped out of the city following a stage-managed press conference, in which she refused to answer questions from both the press and the public, after being helicoptered into the exclusive event.
May’s refusal to take part in debates, engage with the electorate and field questions from journalists — including right-wing ones — illustrates just how risk adverse our PM is — very far from the public persona championed by our obedient mainstream media which would have us believe that May is some sort of iron-clad, fearless leader ready to battle the EU for the sake of all of us.
The mainstream media is, of course, all over this rather telling incident — oh wait, no sorry, I mean THEY ARE IGNORING this latest incident.
I suppose if the mainstream press did report such things we might run the risk of having some form of an actual democracy — and May’s persona as fearless and incredibly popular with all might be possibly be destroyed.
And we can’t have that now, can we?
May was on her way to deliver yet another one her uplifting and inspiring messages of hope to the electorate at the members only Netherton Conservative Club on Saturday when something unfortunate happened to her….She actually had to speak to a member of the British public — as you can imagine — given the fact that May is the most popular politician in the country — the impromptu incident went stunningly well for May.
Graham Mills, 73, who lives in Dudley, in the West Country was interrupted by May whilst mowing his lawn.
Speaking about the incident Mr Mills told the Express&Star that he and May got off to a sour foot when he refused her permission to walk across his lawn — Mr Mills explained that:
I was cutting my grass at the time when I saw a load of cars pull up and she came towards me.
Mr Mills continued:
First of all she asked if she could walk across my lawn and I said no, not really, I have just cut it.
Mr Mills then decided to take advantage of the situation and quiz May, asking about her refusal to debate other candidates — Mr Mills said:
I started by asking her why she would not debate the other leaders on the TV and she said ‘well we meet every Wednesday’ and I said that is hardly an answer and asked if she thought she owed it to the public. Again I did not really get an answer.
He also asked her about the Tories campaign “strategy” — and noted the Tories “scare tactics” — Mr Mills said that:
I asked her why she was running the exact same campaign as David Cameron did with Lynton Crosby and employing the same scare tactics by suggesting Labour would form a coalition with the SNP, which she knows they wouldn’t. It is scare tactics.
He noted that May was far from comfortable with the situation — which is strange given the fact is she is presented as some sort of undefeatable political giant – Mr Mills said that:
I was amazed at how nervous she was.
Mr Mill’s also noted May’s deflection and pivoting tactics:
She spoke about Europe saying we had to get things back so I asked her why doesn’t she start at home
And Mr Mill’s noted May’s stock responses:
She kept giving me stock answers every time – which was that it would be worse under Labour.
Mr Mill’s concluded by saying that he:
was really disappointed.
by his meeting with May.
Mr Mills — a 73-year-old man in the middle of cutting his grass on a Saturday morning — managed to conduct a more insightful interview with our PM than pretty much all political pundits and experts — Andrew Marr, Laura K, Andrew Neil, etc…
Mr Mills is far from alone in feeling disappointed by the fact that May is refusing to take part in TV debates, a recent YouGov poll shows that a majority of the population feel exactly the same way.
Of course, May has absolutely no interest in taking any risks when it comes to this election — the mainstream media can cover up for her when it comes to incidents like this — but on national television with millions watching — May runs the risk of PEOPLE ACTUALLY LEARNING ABOUT JUST HOW BAD THIS AWFUL WOMAN IS — May would find her incompetent weakness much harder to hide.
The media image created of May is, of course, juvenile and silly — she couldn’t even handle questions from an elderly gentleman mowing his lawn on a Saturday morning without getting into her usual fluster, unable to answer basic and simple questions — is this really the fearless leader, confident of winning a general election that we are expected to believe she is?
Don’t expect May to take any risks in this election, and by risks I mean ever allowing the electorate to see just how unbearable, incompetent and flustered she always is.
Remind me again — who is the unelectable one here?
WATCH: Corbyn on campaign trail — let’s see him hide from the electorate, shall we?