UKIP Trounce All Competition at Rochester to Gain 2nd Parliamentary MP

Sven Longshanks
Daily Stormer
November 22, 2014

UKIP celebrate their success as the results are heard at the Rochester and Strood by-election.

UKIP have triumphed once again, getting a second MP elected to Parliament at the Rochester and Strood by-election.

Mark Reckless beat off the competition by a massive 3,000 votes with a total of 16,867, showing that UKIP really are a force to be reckoned with.

The Tories had thrown everything they had at keeping this seat, with Cameron himself visiting the town five times since the announcing of Reckless’ defection to UKIP.

Instead of staying as an MP and sneaking the party in by the back door when he joined, Reckless did the honorable thing and resigned his seat, safe in the knowledge that UKIP were popular enough to get him voted back in again.

Nigel Farage congratulates Mark Reckless on getting re-elected to Parliament.

The Liberal Democrats were utterly trounced at the ballot box with the worst showing of any governing political party in British history, only pulling 349 votes in all and leaving them trailing behind the Green party who had 1,692.

The night was an exceptionally bad one for Labour, who on top of only getting a third of the votes UKIP did, also ended up losing their Shadow Attorney General, Emily Thornberry.

Senior Labour MP Emily Thornberry made Labour’s loyalties clear to the nation, when she tried to mock people for being proud of the English flag.

The treacherous feminist thought it would be a good idea to mock the patriotic people of Rochester by tweeting a picture of a house draped in the cross of Saint George.

Far from encouraging people to laugh at the flag bearer’s loyalty to the country, the general public were outraged and the Jew Ed Miliband was forced to ask her to resign.

Instead of encouraging ridicule, her tweet just showed the working class exactly what Labour thinks of them.

As Nigel Farage was quoted as saying, this victory shows that “if you vote for UKIP then you will get UKIP.”

Hopefully their success will continue as they concentrate on challenging over 200 seats in the main election next year, where it is hoped that UKIP will be the deciding factor in who gets to govern Britain.

Nigel is aiming for Parliament himself at the national elections and it looks like he might well succeed.