ARE you a traditional Labour voter with a grievance about immigration? Here’s how to vote in a way you’ll come to regret:
Fail to ask valid questions
When voting, never ask if the candidate cares about you, your constituency or your economic class. Or even basic questions like ‘Would this bastard piss on me if I was on fire?’ Just remain focused on how much you don’t like the bloke leading the other party.
Do not in any way inform yourself
The track record of Alexander Johnson is not great. Pointless spending as London mayor, decades of lying, and curious taste in pole dancers. Still, he’s the sort of bloke you could go down the pub with, right? No. He’d be in the toilet every time it was his round and would pocket your lighter.
Trust your tabloid of choice
Preferably the Sun, Mail or Express, or anyone whose line on Brexit is: ‘The EU made us leave the EU and now they won’t let us leave the EU.’ They wouldn’t print these things if they weren’t true. Although they do also print articles about Meghan Markle’s body language proving she backs Isis.
Corbyn was in the IRA or something
Was he? Wasn’t he? There was definitely something about Corbyn and the IRA. Whatever. And apparently Keir Starmer supports paedophiles. It was on Facebook.
Weasel out of saying you just don’t like immigrants
Support clearly incompetent Tories on the grounds that ‘There’s no jobs round here’ or ‘Who’s listening to us?’. This is a great way of disguising your dislike of immigrants, and will certainly result in the nearest Covid testing centre to Barnsley being in Bournemouth.
Never look after your own interests
Absolutely do not vote for anything that might be relevant to your own life such as short waiting lists at a nearby, well-equipped hospital. Vote against all these woke bloody students, which of course means ‘Tory’.