This historic election is the final nail in the coffin of the globalist experiment. It has failed in dramatic and spectacular fashion and with the U.K.’s imminent exit now from the EU, there will likely be other countries lined up right behind them also plotting their plan of escape.
Imagine California being “too close to call” for Donald Trump vs. his Democratic opponent on election night in November of 2020. That, in essence, is what happened in the United Kingdom Thursday night with an enormous, and historic, win for Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party.
This movement of the political tectonic plates will surely cause a tsunami of reaction across the pond, here in the U.S., as well around the world.
Since the era of Margaret Thatcher the U.K hasn’t seen such a surge toward theConservative Party and this is such a large win that it will hold for at least a generation to come. And while Boris Johnson can claim victory, this win may almost be in spite of him, not because of him.
UK Election: Every Candidate Backed by Hugh Grant Loses Seat
Every politician backed and campaigned for by actor Hugh Grant lost their seat in Thursday’s UK General Election, after the Love Actually star took to the streets to support candidates who shared his anti-Brexit vision.
Hugh Grant took to the streets with an array of parliamentary hopefuls, canvassing with candidates for the Liberal Democrats such as Luciana Berger in Finchley and Golders Green, Chuka Umunna in Westminster and Cities, and Monica Harding in Esher and Walton.