Nigel Farage's Brexit rage just got destroyed - in 19 words

Narjas Zatat@Narjas_Zatat
Thursday 03 November 2016 14:15
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To say that Nigel Farage is angry at the High Court’s decision that MPs should have a vote on triggering Article 50 is a bit of an understatement.

The interim Ukip leader is furious.

In a string of tweets on Thursday morning, he talked about the government ‘betraying’ its people, and warned of a level of ‘public anger’ the country is unprepared for.

And amidst the cries of revolution, a lone comment made by Stig Eidissen is beautiful in its simplicity:

It is a British court applying british law, serving justice to British people. Isn't that right up your alley?

...

Yes, let's have the rule of law.

Unless the rule of law is savoury.

HT Political Scrapbook

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