Rishi Sunak and Jeremy Hunt are keen to wave their wallets on a global stage, but our needs are seemingly of no interest to them, says Bev Turner

Bev Turner
Bev Turner

This was a socialist budget designed to help…who? Not me. Not you. I can’t tell who benefits. Can you?

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It’s the first time I’ve been back on air since the Autumn Statement otherwise known as the act of national, financial self-harm and Conservative Party suicide on Thursday.

And over the weekend, I watched, incredulous as news presenters on lesser channels shook their heads at the budget and offered their poor viewers tips on getting a Christmas bargain or staying warm with hot water bottles instead of switching on the heating.

These are the very same broadcasters who cheered on lockdowns as the infection fatality rate for the under 70s hit 0.1 percent and the costs of furlough topped £70 billion.

Are this government, parachuted in after the Globalist’s coup of ten downing street, making us poorer in order to build back better?
Are this government, parachuted in after the Globalist’s coup of ten downing street, making us poorer in order to build back better?

The same journalists who celebrated when the government took everyone out for dinner to the tune of £850 million, making jokes about Rishi getting the burgers in.

I tweeted my thoughts about what can only be an absence of critical thinking or myopic stupidity on the part of these people.

The response was so overwhelmingly in agreement that many of you out there must feel it too: we’ve been taken for a ride, several times around the block and we have no way of arguing about the price on the metre.

The highest public debt on record and the highest tax burden since the end of World War 2.

With Rishi and Hunt keen to wave their wallets on a global stage our needs are seemingly of no interest to them. Small, hard-working self-employed businesses, pubs, shops, those who pay themselves small dividends – oh they don’t need saving.

This was a socialist budget designed to help…who? Not me. Not you. I can’t tell who benefits. Can you?

The highest public debt on record and the highest tax burden since the end of World War 2.
The highest public debt on record and the highest tax burden since the end of World War 2.

Yesterday, COP 27 leaders agreed to pay back compensation to developing nations whose climates are apparently changed by our pesky industrial progress. So…yet another scenario in which several billion will be paid based purely on the notion that a ‘disaster’ has been caused; we did it; the science is settled and cannot be questioned.

We don’t know the exact bill yet, but Rishi will presumably get out his covid cheque book, you know the one with the name ‘bottomless pit’ on it and we’ll hand over whatever a poor country with dubious corrupt officials requests.

And will ANY of those broadcasters who cow-towed to the politicians during the covid scam have woken up?

Will any of them ask the bigger questions about what exactly is going on and why? Because like covid, it makes no sense.

Are this government, parachuted in after the Globalist’s coup of ten Downing Street, making us poorer in order to build back better?

And if so, can they let us know. Even better, come here and talk to me… GB News viewers know the questions that need answering and I will happily ask them of you. SO, Rishi, Jezzer, you know where I am.

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