August 19, 2022

UK prime minister Boris Johnson claims death of democracy in US ‘grossly exaggerated’

United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he is not worried about democracy in America following the 2020 election, claiming issues have been “grossly exaggerated.”

Johnson shared the remarks during an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union” with Jake Tapper.

“I want to say this to the people of the United States. I am not. I think that I just get back to what I have been trying to say to you throughout this interview. I think that reports of the death of democracy in the United States are grossly, grossly exaggerated,” Johnson said.

“America is a shining city on a hill. For me, it will continue to be so,” he added.

The CNN attempt to have Johnson attack America backfired. Instead of blasting the U.S., he showed unwavering support.

Johnson has actually been more pro-America than some Democrats, showing how far the left has fallen from the nation’s founding beliefs.

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DianaPimental (@guest_1289605)
1 month ago

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1 month ago

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