Image

WATCH: Did Boris Johnson just drop the best political ad ever?

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson just released a new election advertisement parodying the 2003 British rom-com ‘Love Actually.’ In the video, Johnson imitates Andrew Lincoln’s character by holding up cards encouraging a woman, imitating Keira Knightly’s character, to vote conservative on December 12. Johnson posted the video to social media on Tuesday along with the…


UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson just released a new election advertisement parodying the 2003 British rom-com ‘Love Actually.’

In the video, Johnson imitates Andrew Lincoln’s character by holding up cards encouraging a woman, imitating Keira Knightly’s character, to vote conservative on December 12.

Johnson posted the video to social media on Tuesday along with the caption, “Brexit, Actually.”

So, what do you think? Cheesy or brilliant?

WATCH:

The Caldron Pool Show

The Caldron Pool Show: #30 – Genesis and the Exodus – Fact or Fiction? (with David Rohl)
The Caldron Pool Show: #22 – Rod Lampard
The Caldron Pool Show: #49 – Military Against the Mandates (with R. Davis Younts)
The Caldron Pool Show: #5 – Dr Peter McCullough
Image

Support

If you value our work and would like to support us, you can do so by visiting our support page. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Visit our search page.

Copyright © 2023, Caldron Pool

Permissions

Everything published at Caldron Pool is protected by copyright and cannot be used and/or duplicated without prior written permission. Links and excerpts with full attribution are permitted. Published articles represent the opinions of the author and may not reflect the views of all contributors at Caldron Pool.