Brexiters sadly showing no signs of ‘getting over’ their win, according to reports

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Despite Theresa May triggering Article 50 and formally starting the Brexit process there have been no indications that Leave voters are any closer to ‘getting over’ their win.

As the lengthy negotiation process begins, Brexit voters appear reluctant to accept that they won and that they should just get over it, instead opting to slam anyone with genuine concerns for the future of Britain as ‘whining leftie libtard snowflakes’.

Brexit campaigner and occasional UKIP leader Nigel Farage was photographed guffawing over a few pints in his local pub following Article 50 being triggered yesterday, heartily telling anyone within earshot what a glorious day it was for Great Britain.

“You need to ignore the whinging remoaners like Nick Clegg and Alistair Campbell,” he told reporters with a chilling smile.

“And that Stephen Hawking bloke who keeps having a go at Trump and Brexit. I don’t even know who he is.”

Returning to his pint, he added, “We had a vote last June and as far as I’m aware pretty much every person in Britain voted to leave the EU, and that’s a fact.”

Rational brain owner Eleanor Gay responded, “I had hoped that now the Brexit process has started that the Leave voters would pipe down a bit.

“I mean, it’s been nine months; you won, get over it!”