‘Horse****!’ French News Slammed Over Quote Claiming That Brexit Supporters HAD NO IDEA Why They Voted

A video clip attributed to a French economics editor has been slammed online for ‘patronising’ Britons who supported Brexit.

A Brexit supporter has reacted angrily to the claim that he and millions of others who voted “Leave” in 2016 “didn’t know” why.

Despite the fact that the decision to leave the Brussels bloc was made more than six years ago, the debate is still ongoing.

As the country prepares for what is expected to be a particularly difficult winter due to the ongoing cost of living crisis, some commentators continue to argue that Brexit has done significant damage to the economy, despite the fact that the financial positions of many other Western economies are not much better.

The long-term impact of our exit from the EU is not only being questioned, but it is also the reason Britons voted to leave in the first place.

Thomas Evans, a Brexiteer on social media, has criticised a recent claim that the “English” specifically did not know why they voted to leave the EU.

“The English didn’t know why they wanted to leave the EU, they didn’t know what would happen if they did, they don’t like the consequences of leaving, and now they don’t want the treaty they negotiated,” it read.

The comment was made by the Economics Editor of the French news station TF1 News. Mr Evans responded that he was “tired” of such “patronising” comments.

“What complete and utter horses**t!” he wrote.

“We knew why we wanted to leave, and we knew what we could get in the future if we did it right and people waited.”

“I’m sick of the usual suspects’ patronising racism,” the Leaver added.

“‘English’… ‘didn’t understand why they wanted to leave the EU.'”

@Backagainregard joked, “What will the [Remainer] cult do when the EU collapses, bless them?”

“Most likely, blame Brexit rather than the failed socialist state that it is.”

@Cathrin39975438 added, “some Editor…” was the commenter.

“The BRITISH knew exactly why they voted for Brexit,” they said.

Many commentators have described “Brexit” as a byword for immigration in the run-up to the 2016 election. Given the reach of immigration as a topic in these communities, they add, this explains the unity of small-c conservative Labour Party voters and traditionalist Conservative Party members behind the Leave vote.

While questions about the initial causes of Brexit continue to be raised, discussions about the Northern Ireland Protocol are also ongoing, with the Government expected to respond to recent legal challenges from Brussels in the coming days or weeks.

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