Queen star Brian May posted a recent photo on his official social media page and wrote a long letter about how he was disgusted with the ITV debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn.

Here is what Brian May thinks about the debate in ITV:

“Every time Boris refused to shut up and kept repeating the same dumb phrases he’s been primed to parrot by his PR department, I found myself shouting at the car radio! Appalling behavior. Insulting to our Intelligence.

But the most ridiculous thing of all to me was the fact that ITV had ignored the fact that roughly half of the country does not want to leave Europe, and these two blokes were effectively both on the same side of the argument! There is no getting away from the fact that this election is largely about Brexit, and ITV presented us with a farcical debate that did not even address the issue of whether we should be cutting these international ties or not. In my view? Pathetic.”

Brian ended his words by asking the comments of his followers:

“I approve of a lot of Corbyn’s philosophy and pursuit of fairness – his manifesto makes a lot of sense to me, long term. But right now I would find it impossible to vote for EITHER of these men. How about you? Bri.”

Check out the Instagram photo below.

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Was anyone else disgusted with the ITV ‘debate’ between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn ? Every time Boris refused to shut up and kept repeating the same dumb phrases he’s been primed to parrot by his PR department, I found myself shouting at the car radio! Appalling behaviour. Insulting to our Intelligence. But the most ridiculous thing of all to me was the fact that ITV had ignored the fact that roughly half of the country do not want to leave Europe, and these two blokes were effectively both on the same side of the argument ! There is no getting away from the fact that this election is largely about Brexit, and ITV presented us with a farcical debate which did not even address the issue of whether we should be cutting these international ties or not. In my view ? Pathetic. I approve of a lot of Corbyn’s philosophy and pursuit of fairness – his manifesto makes a lot of sense to me, long term. But right now I would find it impossible to vote for EITHER of these men. How about you ? Bri

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