Video: Ringo Starr Explains Why Brexit Needs to Happen Now
Oh, Ringo Starr. I always knew your were my favorite Beatle. Actually, he's my fourth favorite Beatle and I'm more of a Led Zepplin/The Who guy, but none of that is important right now.
What is important is that Ringo supports Brexit. Remember Brexit (see Michael Caine Defends Brexit: ‘I’d Rather Be a Poor Master, Than a Rich Servant’ and Tommy Robinson Asks Anti-Brexit Protesters About the EU. They Embarrass Themselves)? People in favor of staying in the European Union were all "we get by with a little help from our friends" where people opposed were all "you've got to pay your dues when the EU gives us the blues, and leaving don't come easy."
(Ok, that joke was rough, but I apologize for nothing).
RINGO: The people voted, and they have to get on with it. "Oh, well we don't like that vote." What do you mean you don't like that vote? You had the vote, this is what won. Let's get on with it.
BBC: Would you have voted for Brexit?
RINGO: I would have. I think it's a great move. I think to be in control of your country is a good move.
Que whiny leftists, "but he's old and he lives in America!!!!!"
Right. America is a country that exists because it didn't want to be dictated to by another country. America: the original Brexit. America: because screw those guys across the pond. America: we'll take care of our own interests better than you tea-swilling tossers. America: because unelected globalist dunces can go screw themselves. America: because British food tastes like ass.
Now replace "America" with "United Kingdom." Here, I'll help. UK: because the EU is filled with globalist gangsters who couldn't hold a real job to save their own paper weights. UK: because our culture is worth saving from liberal savages who hate greatness. UK: because national sovereignty is more than big bold letters of our country's name on a map. UK: because we're tired of listening to control freak dinguses telling us what to do with our own nation, go fornicate with yourselves.
Here's Brexit Hero Nigel Farage for more: