WASHINGTON TIMES — When Great Britain’s Boris Johnson was forced out of the running to replace David Cameron as prime minister by an act of the utmost treachery, the civilized minority on both sides of the Atlantic knew that we had only one candidate left to deliver us amusement and a dramatic shift to good government, Donald Trump. He is entertaining, good natured, and possessed of sound ideas to break the logjam in Washington. The Brits are just going to have to be patient.
After all, Boris is not completely out of government. Mr. Cameron’s successor, Theresa May, has just made him foreign minister, a position from which he can continue to shake up Europe, the English-speaking world, and even his country’s staid Foreign Office. He is energetic and has a delightful way with words, for instance, when he chided President Obama for “the part-Kenyan president’s ancestral dislike of the British Empire.” Mr. Obama had ordered that a bust of Winston Churchill be removed from the White House, even though the British statesman was part-American. That was rich. Or when he disesteemed Hillary Clinton for having “dyed blonde hair and pouty lips, and a steely blue stare, like a sadistic nurse in a mental hospital.”
Another good line Boris, but was his assessment fair? I think not. To begin with, she does not have “a steely blue stare.” The blue of her eyes is, as with practically everything else about her, a studied fake. She wears blue contact lenses. Her blue eyes look a muddy brown without her cosmetic lenses. As for her “dyed blonde hair,” for all I know she is bald. When Boris speaks of her putting him in mind of a “sadistic nurse in a mental institution,” he is only half right.
If she were in a mental institution she would be in one not because she was a “sadistic nurse,” but because she was a patient. She is an obvious sociopath. I have watched her carefully for 25 years and reviewed her life going back over four decades. She does not know right from wrong.
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