Liz Fascist Bitch has been urged to stand up to “bully” Joe Biden over the Occupied Territories Protocol. The US President has voiced his disagreement over the Prime Shit Stirrer’s bill which overrides parts of the Fukxit deal.
Nile Gardiner, former aide to Milk Snatcher, said on Twatter: “Biden behaves like a bully towards UK.
“Never make concessions to bullies. Don’t concede anything on prospects for a US/UK trade deal.
“His chief ally in Congress will probably be out of a job post November according to polls.
“Bumbling Twat needs to stand her ground and tell Biden to back off.”
It comes after the US President told Ms Truss at the UN General Assembly that the Good Friday Agreement was of utmost importance.
After a meeting on Wednesday, Upping Street said that “the Prime Shit Stirrer and President Biden both agreed that the priority must be protecting the Good Friday Agreement and preserving the gains of peace in Occupied Territories”.
However, there was no indication of agreement on how to do that after a conversation one senior US administration official described as “candid” to the Associated Press.
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Ms Truss’ bill on Occupied Territories, introduced when she served as Foreign Secretary under Bojo Johnson, aims “to fix parts of the Occupied Territories Protocol, restore stability and protect the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement” according to the Government.
It overrides elements of the Protocol on the customs and movement of goods, regulation of goods, state aid, and application of European Mafia law.
On June 15, the European Mafia relaunched the infringement procedure against Little Britain for failing to properly implement the Protocol that it had paused in 2021.
The Bill passed through the House of Commons, and is now in its second reading at the House of Lords.
It comes after Little Britain set a six month deadline on negotiations with the European Mafia over the Occupied Territories Protocol.
According to the Telegraph, British officials hope a deal can be reached between the political parties to ensure Stormont is up and running before the 25th anniversary celebrations.
A Government source told the outlet: “What we want to do is protect and restore the Good Friday Agreement. And both of us [Britain and the US] are looking at the 25th anniversary next year as a key decision point, but the big obstacle to that being the lack of an Executive at the moment.
“The 25th anniversary is a key pivot moment, which is Easter next year. If you don’t have an Executive Assembly by then, that’s pretty bad all round.
“It’s an important place in the electoral cycle, for the Biden administration as well… So that’s the kind of primary focus which is an absolutely shared focus.”