Conservatives confused amid Johnson’s ridiculous meddling in Downing Street allegations

Facing the prime minister’s questions in the face of evidence that he misled MPs about a party in Downing Street last December, Boris Johnson did what happened naturally. The Potemkin investigation was announced by his cabinet secretary Simon Case and he threw his most loyal aides under a bus.

“I have been reassured time and time again since these allegations emerged that there is no party and that the Covid rules have not been violated. This I have repeatedly affirmed. But I have asked the Cabinet Secretary to establish all the facts and report back as soon as possible. It goes without saying that if the violation is By these rules, there will be disciplinary action for all those involved,” he said.

The absurdity of the order to investigate whether there was a party in the house in which the Prime Minister lives and works does not matter. The reality of the investigation has allowed Johnson and his beleaguered journalist team to dismiss questions about the party itself and their statements about it over the past week or so.

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