Well, after a 20 point poll lead (two weeks ago) for the Tories, we find the abject failure and sheer disaster of a campaign leaving our Country in a right royal mess.
Many UKIP voters chose to lend their support to the nasty party for this election. It seemed the right thing to do in many respects. The Tories gave the perception, in Teresa May’s ‘safe hands’, of delivering the full Brexit that was voted for.
It was an act of faith that we have now seen has not been repaid. As Nigel Farage has said: Brexit is at serious risk of not happening, or being so watered down that nothing of note changes: both scenarios are totally unacceptable.
For the moment, Brexit seems more unlikely than ever. So, what do we do about it? Is UKIP still there, making sure it bloody well does happen?
Yes. Very much so. And I believe the UKIP support, that has angrily found their trust in Theresa May so woefully misplaced, is very much ready to make its voice heard.
Roar of the tide
The way I see it, it’s like the ebb and flow of the tide. Many Kippers will ebb away from UKIP if they believe Brexit will happen. But if Brexit’s in danger, as it is now, just wait for the roar and power of the incoming waves of Kippers returning.
Theresa May’s mantra was: “Brexit means Brexit.”. How hollow those words sound right now. For the party that means what it says, that does exactly what it says on the tin, Vote UKIP. Or even better, join us!