June 25, 2016

Douglas Murray: How the “experts” got the Brexit vote wrong — PLUS Boris Johnson’s unique appeal

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On my first show right after the historic Brexit vote, Douglas Murray of the Gatestone Institute came on to give us the perspective from the UK.

He talks about how wrong the polls (and bookies) turned out to be, and what the "Leave" vote was really all about: immigration.

I also asked Murray about "Leave" campaigner Boris Johnson's political future, and his answer is really fascinating -- don't miss it!

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commented 2016-06-27 20:54:07 -0400
Saira Kate, stop trying to peddle your crooked Ponzi Scheme. And get a job. If you’re making that kind of money, I’m guessing you spend a lot of time looking at the ceiling.
commented 2016-06-27 16:40:41 -0400
Daniel Mitchel . . . Nine Key Takeaways from Brexit . . .
“Speaking of feckless foreign leaders, but I can’t resist the temptation to point out that the Canadian Prime Minister’s reaction to Brexit wins a prize for vapidity. It would be amusing to see Trudeau somehow justify this absurd statement, though I suspect he’ll be too busy expanding government and squandering twenty-five years of bipartisan progress in Canada. Potential mea culpa…I can’t find proof that Trudeau actually made this statement. Even with the excuse that I wrote this column at 3:00 AM, I should have known better than to believe something I saw on Twitter (though I still think he’s vapid).” . . . .
Looks like the world is catching ON . . . . lol
commented 2016-06-26 16:18:56 -0400
On youtube is Brexit the movie full film. Definitely worth a watch just for all the information that is being withheld from everyone!
commented 2016-06-26 10:30:03 -0400
Events in Germany, France and Brussels were definite factors in the leave voter thinking, but the more pragmatic leave vote came from private small business which has been strangled by the crony corporatism in EU economic regulating. Most of the EU council were front men for the largest Euro corps and banks and Britain was woefully under represented on the inside resulting in trade laws that strangled domestic Brit business.
commented 2016-06-26 02:36:49 -0400
Bob I agree. I think Cameron’s continued appeasement and watching Merkel give away Germany was the clincher. Britons decided to hold their economic noses, take the hit and get out. After all, what do the economic repercussions matter if your just going to join the Islamic State like most of the rest of Europe anyway. This referendum came in the nick of time and common sense prevailed.
commented 2016-06-26 00:59:54 -0400
A referendum is too late for Swedistan as they have lost their Heritage and Culture.
As for Germany, Merkel and her Police and Press Partners would arrest anyone suggesting a referendum. Trudeau is working hard to have a Censorship Type State like Germany. The proof of this is the lies McCallum has told us about vetting the Refugees.
commented 2016-06-26 00:22:35 -0400
I wonder what George Soros has up his sleeve -for his next attack on Western Culture?
commented 2016-06-25 23:42:50 -0400
To the 48% that did not vote to defend Britain’s right to be British the Chunnel train leave at 7 you can take back to the EU But I wouldn’t go to France Holland Sweden Italy Hungary or Demark it looks like they will be the next to leave and even the Belgium’s want to go. If the German people were allowed to vote I think they would vote go to.
commented 2016-06-25 22:45:41 -0400
I didn’t understand a word that he said.