Osborne and Cameron must go on June 24, regardless of Brexit vote

Osborne is deliberately trying to spook the markets so that in the remaining days before the EU referendum he can point to the chaos he himself has caused as evidence that all the lying and scaremongering are based in fact. You could even call this treachery. Either way, both he and Cameron now have to go on June 24, regardless of the result, or all the grassroots are going to join UKIP

by Tory Grassroots on 15 June 2016 17:13

The desperate, dishonest, and now treacherous behaviour of the Remain campaign cannot go unpunished. Grass root Tories will rightly never forgive Osborne and Cameron for this latest new low in their campaign to keep Britain in the EU at the June 23 referendum.

Osborne's plan for a punishment budget -- tax rises and spending cuts -- should Britons vote to leave is the most dishonest and reckless piece of political opportunism in modern British political history.

He's the country's finance minister, and he's deliberately trying to spook the markets so that in the remaining days before the referendum he can point to the chaos he himself has caused as evidence that all the lying and scaremongering he and Cameron have been up to has some basis in observable fact.

You could quite seriously call Osborne a traitor for this. He's trying to harm the British economy. That's simply never happened before.

Markets watch central bank governors and finance ministers very closely. Everything they say has some effect or other on stocks, bonds and the currency. Osborne and Cameron know this, as does everyone with a GCSE in economics.

The one thing Osborne is missing is that come June 24, he's not going to be Chancellor any more anyway. He and Cameron have crossed the line, and there's no going back now.

Both of these scoundrels must resign regardless of the result. If not, all of us in the Tory grass roots are quitting to join UKIP. Watch this space.

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