Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has launched a rival, “similar” but “different” party to Ukip – which he brands “tarnished” by the far right.
Farage will head the Brexit Party (which sounds like something he hoped to celebrate with red, white and blue bunting last month) to fight to sit as an MEP again in the European Parliament he is campaigning for the UK to leave.
But though he’s registered to stand as a European Parliament candidate, he forgot to register the web domain www.theBrexitParty.com.
The domain has now been taken over by his nemesis, Led By Donkeys.
Then, the group of friends who are funded by donations and say they are not linked to any political group started trolling Nigel Farage on his underwhelming March for Brexit…
As well as reminding him a week after Brexit failed to happen on March 29, that he vowed to leave the UK. In large letters on the white cliffs of Dover.
Today, if you click on www.TheBrexitParty.com, you will find loads more expert trolling, exposing the hypocrisy, ineptitude and words Nigel Farage should regret having said.
From his underwhelming March For Brexit:
To his support for Roy Moore, the far right US Alabama senator, who as well as promoting racist birthing conspiracies against President Obama and having homophobic views, has been nototriously accused of sexual assault, indescretions and paedophilia by nine women.
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