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Theresa May the IRONY Lady: The day irony died

Warning: this is what it looks like when irony dies. And it’s not pretty.

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Outlining the reasons the SNP are calling for another Scottish independence referendum now it looks like Scotland faces the threat of being dragged out of the European common market as well as out of the EU following the UK’s referendum on membership of the EU last year, Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon explained:


“Our precious union of nations is the most successful that the world has ever seen… We’ve worked together, we’ve prospered together, we fought wars together. And we have a bright future…. We should be working together, not pulling apart.”

“Now is not the time. This union we have is very precious,” Sturgeon added, pointing out that last year’s referendum wasn’t entirely “fair” : “being asked to make a crucial decision without all the necessary information – without knowing what the future partnership would be, or what the alternative… would look like.”

… WAIT, WHAT?

The PRIME MINISTER just said all that? While RULING OUT a Scottish independence referendum?

For those EXACT reasons?

Apologies…

Today, Prime Minister Theresa May spoke to ITV News, attacking the Scottish National Party’s calls for another Scottish Independence referendum now it looks like Scotland faces the threat of being dragged out of the European common market as well as out of the EU following the UK’s referendum on membership of the EU last year. UK Prime Minister Theresa May explained:

“Our precious union of nations is the most successful that the world has ever seen… We’ve worked together, we’ve prospered together, we fought wars together. And we have a bright future…. We should be working together, not pulling apart.”

“Now is not the time. This union we have is very precious,” May added, pointing out that a Scottish referendum while the outcome of Brexit negotiations remains to be seen wasn’t entirely “fair” : “being asked to make a crucial decision without all the necessary information – without knowing what the future partnership would be, or what the alternative… would look like.”

I’m sorry. Today is the day IRONY OFFICIALLY BROKE. It snapped. Finally cracked under the weight of intense bulls*ht,  – sh*t denser yet more significant than anything irony is designed to work with, bend and bounce back again from.

Irony is no more. It just paid off being busted for overspending and buying an election, twisted itself in one too many U-turn and dissolved in a sea of salty post-truth lies.


Watch – Theresa May did really actually say this – with no sense of irony whatsoever:





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