Boris Johnson and Michael Gove’s duo must surely go down as the worst double act in all the ages.

Their on/off, hot/cold relationship does nothing to strengthen the crap they spout, but only reveals them for what they are: a pair of clowns.

These two would do anything to get a headline or attach their names to a controversial byline, but as soon as we strip back all of the bravado it becomes apparent: they know very little about what they’re talking about.

Back in 2017, the two of them joined forces to urge Theresa May to put foot to pedal where Brexit was concerned, painting themselves as ‘True Brexiters’ championing the cause, both aligned by the same side of Brexit.

Fast track to 2019, and the pair of them are directly contradicting each other over Brexit.

In one corner we have Gove shouting a No-Deal could be disastrous and in the other corner we have Boris, affirming in his view, that a No-Deal is the closest thing to what the people in the referendum wanted.

How can anyone even believe a word of what these two say, when one minute their joined at the hip, and another minute they’re at opposing corners of the boxing ring.

To be in unwavering harmony at one point, to now vacillating between this side and that, makes me wonder if they even agreed in the first place, or if it was another political ploy for popularity.

But the most important point here is that — neither of them are actually advising based on the facts of what’s BEST for the country.🔷

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(Cover: Boris Johnson and Michael Gove during the 2016 EU Referendum campaign.)



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