Liz Truss Resigns 44 Days on the Job! No One Wants Her


Liz Truss had no choice but to resign after a chaotic short-lived term in which her policies triggered turmoil in financial markets and a rebellion in her party that obliterated her authority.

Making a hastily scheduled statement outside her 10 Downing Street office, Truss acknowledged that “I cannot deliver the mandate on which I was elected by the Conservative Party.”

She wasn’t supported from the beginning.

This marks the third resignation in three years. Maybe it’s time for them to abandon Woke leadership.

Three days ago she said she wouldn’t resign. She’s a “fighter, not a quitter.”

Conservative lawmaker Simon Hoare said the government was in disarray.

“Nobody has a route plan. It’s all sort of hand-to-hand fighting on a day-to-day basis,” he told the BBC on Thursday.

No one really supporter her after the first week of some interviews that went very badly. Truss never had a chance.

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The Prisoner
The Prisoner
7 months ago

She should have come out explicitly explaining what the problems were. I expect real leaders to assert themselves instead of being loyal to a corrupt and ineffective system. If she had bad interviews, maybe that was not her fault. But anyhow, the conservative party is not conservative, it is a semi-socialist/NWO party like our republican party.

Bannon says Johnson is already contending for the job. Johnson is an elitist from globalist/population reduction lineage. If he were to reappear it would show this was a scheme to put Truss in and make her fail.

7 months ago

Liz Truss would have probably been able to do what was needed to bring England back to Prosperity, but that would have probably made the Ultra-Rich just Rich.

The Prisoner
The Prisoner
7 months ago
Reply to  GuvGeek

She did not explain the situation, so I cannot have trust in her.