Channel 4 has been sharing some of their most memorable moments from 2017, and this has included the broadcast where the anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller launched into a furious rant at the UKIP politician Patrick O’Flynn and accused him of making the argument personal.
In reality, O’Flynn was simply making the point that Miller’s stance was based upon the attitude of many ‘well to do’ London households who cannot accept the result of the referendum.
A fair point in our opinion. After all, it is now well-known that the wealthy Remoaner London elite have a serious problem with Brexit and will generally do anything to stop it in its tracks.
It’s also well worth pointing out that the video has already seen nearly one million views in just a few days – struck a nerve there have we Patrick?
According to Channel 4:
Best of 2017: “You put me in a box and you don’t know who I am, so how dare you presume to know who I am.”
This is the moment Gina Miller, who brought the Article 50 case to the Supreme Court, responds to UKIP’s Patrick O’Flynn’s claim she represented a “high earning London household used to getting their own way”.
This is something that we have suspected all along, and we are still convinced that Miller’s actions were a direct affront to the very democratic values that this country’s political system is based upon.
In June 2016, the people sent out a clear message that the EU’s influence was no longer welcome in the United Kingdom.
When talking in terms of percentages, the winning margin was a small one for the Leave camp, but in terms of raw voter numbers there was a difference of more than ONE MILLION VOTES.
The comments on the video are predictably brutal.
This is a good point. If we are now at the stage where everything can be challenged if you have deep enough pockets or an army of crowdfunders, surely someone could challenge why we were taking into the European Union in the first place!
Was Chuka Umunna in that video? Can’t say we noticed.
Yep she’s just one of us everyday folk – didn’t you realise this already?
The referendum result handed a mandate to our elected government to get the job done. It did not give the green light for all and sundry to try and throw a spanner in the works!
Just who is pulling the strings here. Something doesn’t seem quite right …