Prime Minister Theresa May Breaks Down After Announcing Resignation…

British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced she will be resigning from office, effective June 7th, immediately following the state visit by U.S. President Donald Trump.

In an emotional statement in front of 10 Downing Street, the prime minister made her announcement. Bowing to the inevitable, Theresa May announced she will step down as U.K. Conservative Party leader in two weeks, admitting defeat in her attempt to take Britain out of the European Union and sparking a contest to replace her as prime minister.

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193 Responses to Prime Minister Theresa May Breaks Down After Announcing Resignation…

  1. Somehow I don’t think we’ll see NUTSY NANCY bawling at a mike.

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    • She can’t cry – – too much Botox seized up the tear glands.

      Liked by 7 people

    • If Nancy is crying at a mike, I will cry, too . . . tears of joy and laughter.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Apfelcobbler says:

      As Kellyanne remarked yesterday, saying Nancy treated her like she was Nancy’s maid, pilot, chauffer or personal staff – Nancy is our National Marie Antoinette!

      Liked by 11 people

      • truthseeker39525 says:

        Agree Apfel……. she’s at least ONE of ’em!…… there’s others.

        Liked by 1 person

      • angrymike says:

        If that’s how Democrats treat ppl in President Trumps administration, imagine what they think of the middle of the country !
        The left thinks the country can survive without the ppl they disagree with. They want us dead !
        Buy guns and ammo, we’re is a place just as bad as the height of the Obama regime !

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    • Orville R. Bacher says:

      @BlackKnightRides
      True enough, Pelosi is not likely to be found weeping at a mike, but it sure would be a change to see her string a few words together in a coherent sentence.
      Theresa May? Spent her entire Prime Ministership denying the democratic decision of the British People. Good Riddance.

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    • David R. Graham says:

      It has been said witches do not/cannot cry. Surely Nutsy Nancy fits that description. Theresa May, by that standard, must be not a witch, just a plain selfish human.

      I suspect the thing that drove her and other Remainers into EU subservience was the prospect that Brexit would undo the union made in 1707. She referenced that union in the earlier portion of her speech.

      I think she and her sententious fellow elites were right to think that Brexit would do that. But, unlike Theresa and her Remainers, I think Brexit would be of benefit to all at this time. It certainly would fit the tenor of the times, which is personal freedom in support of national sovereignty.

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      • Esperanza says:

        I disagree, May is a good honorable person. She did her best, but it wasn’t good enough. Put simply we don’t have a politician good enough to beat the EU sharks. Boris ain’t it. Never forget that when the others were slinking away, she stepped up to the plate.

        On the other hand she could have asked T for advice.

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  2. Good riddance.

    Theresa May intentionally obstructed the will of UK citizens who voted to regain their sovereignty by extricating their nation from the clutches of EU globalist/socialists.

    Maybe she should rename her cat: “Checkers”

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  3. merrly says:

    She’s crying because the declass is going to show Britain and Australia were in cahoots with the deep state against Trump.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Bert Darrell says:

      PDJT mentioned both, the UK and Australia, today during his inpromptu press conference. He expects the roles of these two “allies” in the attempted coup to be disclosed. Me too!

      Liked by 4 people

  4. apfelcobbler says:

    Theresa almost made it to the end …. then broke down like a 5 year old in the schoolyard the last 5 seconds. For crying out loud, here is proper contrast: (00:24 – 1:40)

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  5. Justin Green says:

    Such a liar.

    What a degenerate woman.

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    • angrymike says:

      The sad part is she’s actually an upstanding Brit compared to the general public. The entire world is full of degenerate ppl. Once the left had successfully taken all reference or belief in God from the entire government, they have no reason to do the right thing !
      The world is on a slow trajectory down, and I don’t believe anything will stop it !

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  6. Very emotional moment.

    Some day we May miss Theresa.

    Don’t call us, we’ll call you.

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  7. meadowlarkspring says:

    Mrs May has been Britain’s worst Prime Minister and her legacy is one of failure
    NIGEL FARAGE
    24 MAY 2019

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/05/24/mrs-may-has-britains-worst-prime-minister-legacy-one-failure/

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  8. trapper says:

    “Compromise is not a dirty word.”

    Not so fast. Compromise can indeed be a dirty word. There can be no compromise with those who would destroy you. Such compromises simply negotiate the method and timing of your demise.

    Indeed, how does one compromise with the EU when the European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has referred to Brits as “These populist, nationalists, stupid nationalists, they are in love with their own countries”?

    How does one compromise with that?

    Sorry, but if I was a Brit I’d be “Hard Brexit” all the way. Who will be the modern British Bulldog now that they need him again?

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    • truthseeker39525 says:

      I was born and am an American, and proud of it.
      But my Mom was a Chichester, and I am eager to see an independent, prosperous, and powerful GREAT Briton on the other side of The Pond!
      I want to see America and GREAT Britain, side-by-side, showing the rest of the world How it’s DONE!

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  9. Sammy Hains says:

    What we saw at the end there was real, deep anger and resentment.

    Not surprising from Theresa May.
    She has pursued this power her entire career, pushed on by her husband, who is perhaps the only one who has craved it more than her. And once she got it, she wasn’t going to let it go for anything. That much has been clear.

    She had to be kicked out the door by the Tories, and she is full of rage over it.

    Her legacy will be one of utter failure and pig ignorance. A prime minister who never should have been. There are no kind words for her.

    Boris Johnson was and remains the rightful Prime Minister, and he will be, finally, now that this dreadful detour is over. The disasterous May prime ministership and near-wreckage of Brexit rests at the feet of Michael Gove and Andrea Loathsome.

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  10. bigralphie says:

    Ladies and germs, the new Brexit theme song? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s29RKnB7l7o

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  11. cheryl says:

    She hijacked the UK voters’ will and tried to give them the sorriest EU deal imaginable disquised as Brexit. Nobody but her handlers will cry when she’s gone.

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  12. Michelle says:

    What is she so upset about? If she was that concerned about being prime minister, she should have acted in the interest of her people and done what the people voted for.

    Liked by 4 people

  13. GB Bari says:

    We’ve had our own share of losers as President especially the fake Kenyan-Hawaiian who preceded the current great President. So I’m not into any gloating. Looking forward to seeing the UK restore its sovereignty. First thing ought to be the removal of the horribly anti-western Mayor of London.

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  14. Michelle says:

    Her crying at the end of her speech is not good advertising for women leaders.

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  15. Bert Darrell says:

    The second she mentioned “climate change” I knew she was a fraud and a liar. I turned the video off and thought: good riddance, Ms. May. May your successor be more honest and immediately release all of the documents related to the UK infamous participation in the attempted coup against our President.

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    • Arrest Soros says:

      Exactly Bert. I’m the same. Anyone who mentions how important “Muh Climate Change” is a fraud and a shyster.
      She also mentioned that she was the 2nd female Prime Minister and not the last. Yet another tell that she isn’t/wasn’t a true conservative.
      Us conservatives don’t give a fig what your gender is.

      At the end when she broke down, there was strong resentment in her voice, not sadness.
      Good riddance to bad rubbish.

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  16. Query says:

    May was a remainer who carried on the establishment’s requirement that exit was to be obfuscated out of existence.
    She lost. Elites cry.
    As in the US, the ruling class are certain the plebs simply don’t understand or are immoral.
    🙂

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    • David R. Graham says:

      The ruling class are the actual plebes. In a different locution, The Iron Lady made this point decades ago.

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      • Query says:

        Of course they are.
        If the plebs ruled through the legislature, no more would their boys would be fighting desperately stupid wars in places no-one cares about for the benefit of the elite egos, Lockheed and Exxon.

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  17. teamzr1 says:

    I suspect she knew for some time she was on the way out and all of a sudden the UK wants Pres Trump to go there and get the full treatment even by their Queen
    I bet they know that Pres Trump knows they were having secret meetings with Obama and Clinton and made deals to put together a coup using MI5, MI6 resources to overthrow Trump and now want to try and talk him out not going after all of those in UK involved.

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  18. law4lifeblog says:

    That BS speech is Exhibit A of why she’s being, as the Brits say, “sacked”.

    Liked by 5 people

  19. dallasdan says:

    Her commentary was equally self-serving and disingenuous. She cannot revise history with passionate rhetoric. She failed the UK, and her legacy will be an embarrassment forevermore.

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  20. mashall says:

    http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=60252

    “The British government has prepared for terrorist incidents by pre-planning social media campaigns that are designed to appear to be a spontaneous public response to attacks, Middle East Eye has learned.

    Hashtags are carefully tested before attacks happen, Instagram images selected, and “impromptu” street posters are printed.

    In operations that contingency planners term “controlled spontaneity”, politicians’ statements, vigils and inter-faith events are also negotiated and planned in readiness for any terrorist attack.”

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  21. Vince says:

    How is Merkel these days?

    Liked by 1 person

  22. trapper says:

    “When we give people the right to choose…”

    And there you have it: the difference between subjects and self-governing citizens. The right to choose may be given to subjects, or withheld from them, by their queen or their government. American citizens, on the other hand, are born with the right to choose on everything. No government had to give it to us. It belongs to us. It’s ours by birthright. And God help anyone who gets in the way or our exercising that right.

    Someone was spouting off about people in a lot of countries being free, just like Americans. Sorry. Not so.

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  23. meadowlarkspring says:

    This was a hilarious meme.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. David R. Graham says:

    She gets out just ahead of the POTUS’ declassification of docs that implicate GCHQ and her in the incompetent coup/treason initiative against Candidate/POTUS Trump. Concurrently, Italians fire four top intel chiefs and Aussies elect a patriotic government. These are related phenomena, all of a piece.

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  25. Bob says:

    May is regretting not having her bonus of the $40 billion that was to go to EU

    After what she tried to get away with, the gall and lies, should have been tarred and feat

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  26. Covpepe says:

    It’s odd. I haven’t visited this website since about a year ago but there are no more followers than there were then. I always respected Sundance and her articles but the site had zero growth at CTH since 2016-17. Weird

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