A BREXITEER LBC caller teared up over a “democratic” pro-Brexit advert which has inspired him to vote for Boris Johnson on December 12.
Caller Jerry from Chelsea would usually vote Labour but he’s astonished he will be voting Conservative in the election because of how much he believes in Brexit. He explained he wasn’t sure who to vote for but this advert was the deciding factor. Speaking on LBC’s Eddie Mair show, Jerry said: “Socially I would normally be Labour and I’ve never voted Tory but I really believe in Brexit so I’ve been torn about what I should do.
“I’ve listened to the debates, the radio and social media has been getting my attention lately.
“I saw a post which wasn’t telling you which party to vote for but it was a post on a Brexit matters page and it just resonated with me.
“It bought a tear to my eye.
“People like me, I believe in Brexit, I’m normally Labour but they won’t deliver Brexit so I’m having to go against my own beliefs.”
He continued: “I’m going with my heart which is Brexit which means voting for Boris.”
Mr Mair said: “You’ve astonished yourself.”
Jerry added: “I really have but if I want Brexit, I’ve got to vote Tory.”
The statement read: “Dear Remainers, you simply don’t care or understand that the most important things in life are not financial or tenable.
“Freedom, democracy, free speech, pride in your nation and your culture are so-called values.
“Values which many of us hold dear.”
His comments come as a Labour Brexiteer warned Boris Johnson could face a Tory Mutiny next year.
Brendan Chilton told Express.co.uk: “In terms of where we are, I always felt that having a general election to as the Conservatives say, ‘Get Brexit Done’ was daft.
“Although it’s the Tory line I’m yet to meet one Tory MP that actually think this election is going to get Brexit done.
“Whatever happens on December 12, if the Conservatives win by a majority by no measure is date of January 31 certain.
“That’s because if you get a small Conservative majority the ERG could play up because a lot of them privately are not happy with his deal at all.
“They could play up and say, ‘we want a better deal or we want no deal’.
“On the other hand, there are about 100 hundred Tory MPs at present in the One Nation group led by Damian Green who went to Boris Johnson and said under no circumstances put no deal in the manifesto and he didn’t.”