I'll admit I've never been a Corbyn fan, my personal low point was actually the Sky TV special he did just before the Ref
I actually hoped he'd push a pro EU line but instead, he spent more time on rail nationalisation than the EU, it was very depressing
But as we approach a cliff edge #Brexit in 100 days & Corbyn's limitations are helping to get us there, perhaps its time for a retrospective - maybe everyone was right?
- it was felt that Corbyn had campaigned poorly for Remain (and was actually pro Brexit)
- he was an electoral liability & MPs would lose their seats in any upcoming election
It largely wasnt
This was another key point of division in thinking between the 2 camps as Corbyn supporters said "look, we gained seats, Jez we can"
But as polls come in showing a shift to Remain, still no action
All false, all a myth.
The members have been overridden & Labour's Brexit position is by some margin the most dishonest & unrealistic in play
And he is an electoral liability, failing to make any headway against an utterly incompetent government
But if you're a Corbyn supporter who's got this far, firstly, thanks, but secondly,
The future of the country is at stake
The people you fight for are at risk
What you voted for was a lie
The plotters were dead right
There is no long game
Inaction is not strategy
This isn't a different kind of politics
There is no "I support Corbyn apart from Brexit", it defines him
Corbyn will never be PM
He's playing a long game, he has to be seen to be pro brexit & anti immigration because of Leave voters"
"I support him because I believe he's lying to everyone"
"I'm so frustrated with Corbyn, we've never had the Tory party on the ropes like this *in my lifetime* and he's doing nothing, he's blowing it"