The “Revoke Article 50” petition has just surpassed the 4 million signatures.
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The “Revoke Article 50” petition has just passed the 4 million signatures, hitting one of the goals set by the public. The incentive was probably too strong for most, with over a million signatures garnered in less than a day. The following incentive to reach the 5 million signatures is Rees-Mogg’s “No deal” hedge fund crashing, which, seeing that, at the time of writing this article, the petition has over 4.8 million signatures, should be happening soon. We hope Rees-Mogg took some kind of insurance on his pound-crash-get-rich scheme, as it seems things aren’t going too well for him.
And finally, the last incentive, to reach the 6 million signatures, is Julia Hartley-Brewer, the obnoxious…radio host/journalist? Twitter Brexiter spammer?, spontaneously combusting.
For Farage, it seems that this is now the case. After reaching the 4 million signatures, Farage reportedly posted a quite curious tweet, before deleting it:
After that, Nigel was last seen in a pub, barking at the moon, telling his beer bottle how the 4 million signatures were just Russian bots:
Russian collusion, we need an enquiry here. https://t.co/OsvfVoZA4c— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) March 21, 2019
Since then, there hasn’t been much information available on the matter, with Farage moving on to talk about his good friend Trump.
As per usual, credit where is due, as DRSC Media did not come up with these incentives:
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