Boris Johnson’s Former Lover Calls Him A Coward

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Boris Johnson’s former lover Jennifer Arcuri blasts her ‘puppet’ ex as a ‘Great Supine Protoplasmic Invertebrate Jelly’

Boris Johnson the clown.

Boris Johnson’s former lover has blasted him a ‘puppet’ and a ‘Great supine protoplasmic invertebrate jelly’ for congratulating Joe Biden. 

Jennifer Arcuri, 35, slammed the Prime Minister on Twitter for congratulating Joe Biden before he has been officially named President. 

Mr Johnson tweeted to say: I just spoke to Joe Biden to congratulate him on his election. 

‘I look forward to strengthening the partnership between our countries and to working with him on our shared priorities – from tackling climate change, to promoting democracy and building back better from the pandemic.’

However, some social media users have responded to remind the Prime Minister that while Mr Biden is President-elect, his title hasn’t officially been announced. 

Ms Arcuri wrote: ‘Alex the Great embarrassment. This is repulsive Boris Johnson. 

‘Yes, even for you: You know the media does NOT call elections. This tweet exposes you for what you really are and now the world can see it.

‘#GreatSupineProtoplasmicInvertebrateJelly in other words, 100% #puppet.’

Ms Arcuri calls Mr Johnson as ‘Alex the Great’, a reference to his middle name Alexander, because that is the name she saved his number under in her phone when they were an item.

The pair met in 2012 after Ms Arcuri came to London to set up her business – Innotech.

Johnson was married to his second wife Marina Wheeler (the mother of four of his children) at the time.    

Today’s Twitter outburst is not the first time Ms Arcuri has slammed the Prime Minister since they parted ways. 

In September she likened him to a ‘puppet on a string’ but stopped short of total condemnation, admitting ‘I don’t believe he is evil’.

A national embarrassment, Boris Johnson.

But she added ‘Nobody trusts a word coming out of his mouth’ and said that his time in top office had been shame after shame.

And in what could be the most hurtful comment for Mr Johnson, she lined up Chancellor Rishi Sunak as his replacement. 

Ms Arcuri’s intervention comes as something of a surprise given her friendship with the PM was once probed by the police watchdog.

The review established there was a ‘close association’ between the pair and there ‘may have been an intimate relationship’, but they had done nothing wrong.

Ms Arcuri said today he had crippled the UK, adding: ‘There is absolutely no reason to lockdown this country again.

“This is nothing short of a dictator, and he is the worst kind of leader because nobody trusts a word coming out of his mouth. 

“It is a completely contrived narrative, the agenda is so blatant anybody with half a brain can see that this is not about health. 

“You don’t stick people in their house and deprive them of sunshine and human interaction and their families and tell them you know what’s best for them. it’s disgusting.

“And especially when the Cummings thing came, I think when that episode happened the whole thing fell apart, any integrity or anything respectable about that government completely disintegrated.

“I don’t believe he (Mr Johnson) is evil, I know his heart.

“So I just believe he is a puppet on a string.”  

Ms Arcuri said she has a network of mutual friends with the PM, many of whom allegedly disagree with his handling of the pandemic. 

The author and former model, currently residing in LA, stresses the fact more people are dying from cancer, suicide and heart disease than coronavirus.

She said someone close to her was in remission from cancer at the start of the pandemic, but during lockdown – while she couldn’t see a doctor – the disease has spread through their body.

Ms Arcuri said: “She added: “Your people have suffered all year and you are going to deny them Christmas, especially when their loved ones are dying?

“I cannot return to a country that is run by a dictator, what is he doing? 

“I know the man personally, this goes against everything he stands for, freedoms, libertarian freedom, he said the country was free.

“I am seeing now this desperate coward. I hate calling the man that I cared so deeply for a coward but he is.

“I don’t know who this man is, but it’s not Boris Johnson

“And I have discussed at length with many people who know him, like we have mutual friends and they all agree with me.

“We are all sitting here going what the hell? These masks are a joke.”

On whether the popular Chancellor Sunak could succeed Johnson as MP, she added: “Sure, I think Rishi could do a great job if it came down to it.

“I don’t know him personally but just watching from afar, if there was somebody who could come into power and lead the nation and bring back the spirits of the people so we are not creating a nanny state of non-working people, and not shaming them for going to the pub one minute and telling them to eat out.  

“The nation needs to feel inspired again because they have been fed nothing but a sh**show of chaos all year.”

A Government spokesman said: “Our strategy is clear – to suppress the virus while protecting the economy and education.

“Throughout the pandemic, the Government has taken advice from a wide range of scientific and medical experts to inform necessary policy and measures to protect lives.

“The NHS has been working very hard through these challenging times and urgent treatment has remained an absolute priority. It is vital all those who need medical care come forwards and seek help.

“We have always been clear that we keep all measures under constant review and will take swift action where necessary.’  

In a recent interview she added that she believes his current relationship with Carrie Symonds won’t go the distance.  

She said: ‘Boris has a record of falling madly, truly, deeply. He meets a woman and has an amazing way of making her feel as if she’s the most important thing in his life.

‘There was a kind of reckless, blind passion that he showed me. He reeked of it. He cared about me — when I walked in a room, everyone knew.’

The pair would contemplate outlandish schemes such as establishing a ski centre in Bulgaria — or becoming a political power couple in New York.

‘Boris falls fast and hard and he loves being over the top. It was one of the reasons why it was so infectious to be around him.’ 

The pair would contemplate outlandish schemes such as establishing a ski centre in Bulgaria — or becoming a political power couple in New York.

‘Boris falls fast and hard and he loves being over the top,’ says Jennifer fondly. ‘It was one of the reasons why it was so infectious to be around him.’