Brexit proving people who ‘like to tell it how it is’ really don’t ‘like to hear it how it is’

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Brexit is proving that people in the UK who boast that ‘telling it how it is’ as if its a badge of honour, really don’t want to ‘hear how it is’ in actuality.

Brexit supporter Simone Williams-Mogg said, “The thing about me is, like it or not, I like to tell people how it is. I’m sorry, that’s just the way I am and people have to accept me telling them my opinion with the emotional intelligence of a four-year-old child.

“However, also the thing about me, is I don’t take shit from anyone. And if they tell me something I don’t agree with, I don’t even consider a sensible debate about the issue, because I also like to demonstrate I have the actual intelligence of a four-year-old child.

“I know exactly what leaving the EU is about. They told us via a big list of promises back in 2016. I don’t need any sort of sensible political discourse like what grown-ups have, to prove that it is anything but.

“Politicians obviously want what’s best for the country, and everything they promised is undoubtedly what will happen, even though there were no specifics discussed at any point, either then or since.

“I mean, honestly, for what possible reasons would politicians lie to us?”

When this reporter reeled off a long list of answers to what we now see in hindsight is a rhetorical question, Ms Williams-Mogg – as usual when someone makes a valid point in the least two years – she put her fingers in her ears and said loudly ‘Nananana, not listening lalalala.’

I think, therefore I am (not a Brexit supporter) – get the t-shirt here!