Carrie Johnson has decided to take off the glove and defend himself personally, through a spokeswoman, of the "brutal campaign" against her for former "resentful" counselors of Downing Street and "enemies" of her husband. The narrowest allies of Boris Johnson, as the Sajid Javid Health Secretary (with whom he worked on her day Carrie) have also closed ranks around her wife and have condemned the recent attacks against her as "misogynists and sexists ".
The fulminating reaction of Carrie Johnson is produced after the preplunation in The Mail on Sunday of several extracts of "First Lady", the book signed by the billionaire and conservative Lord Michael Ashcroft, from dozens of testimonials, mostly anonymous and attributed People close to the Johnson's circle.
According to the book of Ashcroft, Carrie is "The number one problem of Boris" and has constantly interfered with government actions, to the point of using your husband's mobile to give orders and calling you and sending text messages at meetings of Your cabinet. Ashcroft also puts the first lady at the head of countless "intrigues", starting with the appointment of her friends as advisors (including Allegra Sratton, the former director of communications that resigned by the "Partygate").
"Prime Minister's wife is a private person who does not play a role in the government," said Carrie Johnson spokeswoman, which raised the accusations released against it in recent days as "unpleasant slander" launched by the political enemies of " Premier ".
The counterattack of the "First Lady" is especially directed towards the former Dominic Cummings, which coined the name of "Carrie Antonieta" for his tendency to splurge and his powerful influence on Boris Johnson.
"The prime minister takes 25 years in politics and has his own ideas," Kwasi Kwarteng, secretary for companies and aligned with Carrie's defense. "It's interesting to see how people feel free to criticize a woman in the thirty years of her for having also herself well-known her well-known positions."
Even the former secretary of Treasury George Osborne has come unexpectedly in his defense: "Whether the failures or successes of this government are, are Boris and not of his wife. The attempts to draw it as a Lady Macbeth do not make sense" .
"She is not responsible for her husband's bad decisions," writes the columnist Sarah Vine, former woman from Minister Michael Gove. "What we are seeing is nothing more than a wave of misogyny, the political equivalent at a lynching".
"Are you going to survive, Boris?" Johnson asked Johnson his newly appointed communications director, Gute Harrii. To which the Premier responded by singing the "Will Survive" of Gaynor Gloria, as a sign of the determination of him to continue in office despite the Partygate. Harri, who advised Johnson at his time as mayor in London, said the conservative leader is neither "the complete clown" nor "the devil" that some paint, and who is focused on making the government work "with a team Less ideological and more experienced ". Former Dominic Cummings strategist fired by his part against Gute Harri remembering that he was on his day against Brexit and that he came to say that Johnson suffered "sexual incontinence".Date Of Update: 07 February 2022, 17:44