\u201cThere is no unity candidate. \n\nNo one has enough support. \n\nOnly one MP has a mandate from party members and from the British public - a mandate with an 80 seat majority.\n@BorisJohnson \n\nThe choices are simple - back Liz, if not bring back Boris or face a GE within weeks.\u201d
Dorries has long been a defender of Johnson, but the MP seems to have been confusing people with her comments over recent days.
In the leadership race to determine the next Conservative party leader and Prime Minister, Dorries backed the now PM Truss to take the helm. But, not long after Truss took office, Dorries appeared to call for a general election.
Dorries has been bigging Johnson up, againGetty images
Just days later, she appeared on Laura Kuenssberg’s BBC show and it looked like she’d massively changed her tune, saying that a general election now would likely decimate that party.
“I'm still one of Liz's biggest supporters but you have to put that into the context that we are 30 points behind Labour in the polls and if there was a general election tomorrow that would probably mean complete wipeout for the Conservative Party,” Dorries said.
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