Nigel Farage, the far right-wing wannabe politician has officially complained that a character which was loosely based on him was assassinated in a TV comedy.
Mr Farage complained when the fictional right wing campaigner named Neil Fromage was shot in the head in the Channel 4 comedy Year of the Rabbit.
Brexit party boss Farage, who once claimed that he would ‘pick up a rifle’ – you cannot make this shit up! – if Brexshit wasn’t delivered. Basically saying, if he didn’t get his own way, he would be at the front line shooting people.
Not that it is believed that he would be at the front line after seeing his dismal performance during the people’s Brexit march he organised earlier this year when he turned up, walked a few miles then buggered off.
Leaving the gammon army to carry on the hard work of pounding the puddle ridden pavements in the grey miserable pouring rain while he enjoyed tea and toast in the warmth.
Mr Farage called the scene where out-spoken right-winger Fromage is assassinated while making an anti-immigration speech “totally sick and frankly irresponsible.”
After being doused in milk shake earlier this year when milkshaking became a popular anti-facist sport thanks to the Tommy Robinson milkshaking incident, Mr Farage is maybe beginning to realise that people may copy what they see and hear in the media.
Including statements like ‘take up a rifle’ and ‘at breaking point’ Mr Fromage? … sorry I mean Mr Farage