Word to the wise: If you're in the United Kingdom in the future and need to see a doctor, you might do well to avoid mentioning your conservative politics if the woman in the following video calls you from the waiting room.
Amid violent left-wing protests after conservative Boris Johnson won a landslide victory last week to become the nation's newest prime minister, one woman made her position on the matter profanely clear.
Wearing a "F*** Boris" T-shirt that employs a caricature of Johnson's naked body spelling out each letter, the woman told an interviewer that Johnson "is a pig, and I'm so ashamed that he's the prime minister of my country. It's disgusting, and I wish him the worst. I wish him a horrible death."
What's the big deal?
Since more than a few Brits share her point of view, hers would seem to be just another left-wing rant — except for one disturbing caveat: In the same interview the woman revealed she aspires to work for the UK's National Health Service.
"I plan be a doctor," she said. "I plan to actually care about people."
She also mentioned, "Go f*** yourself Boris Johnson, honestly, what a c**t, sorry."
Here's the clip. (Content warning: language):
Oh, and about those protests
Protesters in London filled the streets and clashed with police Friday night following the massive conservative — i.e. Tory — victory.
Interestingly, they used much the same language American leftists employed during their protests over President Donald Trump's 2016 election. The Evening Standard said phrases such as "No to racism" and "defy Tory rule" were used, along with that stirring refrain, "the people, united, will never be defeated."
Check out the action:
Angry protesters clash with cops near Downing Street despite Boris Johnson's historic election win youtu.be
The paper added that one person on social media observed, "Interesting that there is a 'Stop Boris' protest happening in London at the moment. It seems there is an element of the socialist movement that doesn't subscribe to democracy unless it suits them."
Police, protesters clash over Conservative win in UK election youtu.be