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  • mhm.

  • So last Thursday, I was sitting at a table right around the corner with my beautiful wife, Marianna, and a senior reporter from one of the biggest newspapers here in London.

  • And he said to me, Do you really think you're gonna win?

  • And I said, Yes, I do, actually.

  • When I walk out on the street, bus drivers honked their horns.

  • Black taxi drivers stop and talk to people on the streets.

  • Come up and say, I know your policies.

  • I've seen your videos.

  • I've seen your face on these ads outdoors.

  • And Brian, we're with you 100%.

  • And he said, But wait a second.

  • The polls all say that Sadiq Khan is going to easily win this.

  • And I said, The polls, the polls When we're the polls, right, well, let me check the 2016 presidential election.

  • Wrong.

  • 2019 general election.

  • Wrong.

  • They said it was gonna be a close race.

  • It wasn't at all blown out of the water by conservatives.

  • 2020 election Wrong.

  • The polls are wrong, and the polls in this country I know how they work, right?

  • Because we have actually commissioned some of our own polls, and what they do is they call people up who are at home at night and pick up the phone when a stranger calls.

  • And they talked to them for 15 minutes and they asked him a series of questions.

  • Right now, I don't know about you, but I don't even have a landline at home, and I sure don't pick it up, even if I have one to a stranger and talk to them for 15 minutes.

  • So I think they call up the same 1000 people that they've been speaking to for the last 20 years, And why would you expect them to know that there's a new candidate in town?

  • And so all the polling data is nonsense, and it feeds the narrative of the two party system duopoly and the mainstream media organizations that either profit or get tips from the two party system.

  • Even off come the regulator here in the UK says you only get to give air time to the two party system because the independent candidates don't make up more than five or 10% of the vote, typically until this year.

  • And so the whole system is here to say in a feedback loop that independent voices don't come around, and that's why everybody goes with the polling data.

  • But the polling data is not indicating what people are feeling.

  • And you know this.

  • If you've seen my videos, my ads, my policies, my interviews, you know that you're seriously considered voting from me.

  • And yet the polls aren't saying this at all.

  • And we ran our own poll.

  • And it said 37% of London voters were undecided as of a month ago, 37% undecided.

  • When have you ever heard that in a poll it's always like, Oh, God has 50% and Bailey has 23% and blah, blah blah?

  • They never say.

  • Actually, nearly 40% of those people aren't decided.

  • But that is actually the case.

  • And that's why we believe we actually know that on May 6th we're gonna pull off the biggest upset in British political history.

  • How would you like to be a part of it?

  • On May 6, you can vote for Brian Rose and our brand new London Real Party official today, by the way, I am officially now a candidate to be the next mayor of London.

  • We just got from City Hall today.

  • I made a video a little earlier and a picture, but I'm here to say the polls are wrong.

  • And on May 6, we're going to pull off the greatest upset in British political history.

  • We're gonna fire City con and we're going to start moving London in a new direction.

  • We're gonna make these changes that are so obvious obvious for anyone studying the situation.

  • We're going to rebuild the economy.

  • We're gonna kick off August with the great celebration today.

  • It was a sunny day in London.

  • I could see the great celebration and the people on the streets joyously celebrating their freedom back.

  • We're gonna safely have 20 million people here in London.

  • I'm gonna put 10,000 officers on the street, new police officers.

  • I'm gonna pay for them as well.

  • I'm gonna stop.

  • Are bankrupt transportation system and happy.

  • I'm gonna abolish the congestion charge.

  • And I'm gonna build 50,000 new affordable homes by Christmas this year.

  • And I'm gonna do it to prove a point to show that these these I call them jokers.

  • These other politicians have been screwing around and wasting your time for the last 50 years when they could have just built these homes.

  • And I'm gonna do it to make a point, to show what we can do when we put our minds together.

  • So those are my thoughts on the polls.

  • Leave me your comments below.

  • I don't buy it.

  • Don't buy into it.

  • This is a narrative that's used to get the same result year after year.

  • You know what they say.

  • The definition of insanity is a expecting a different result with the same behavior.

  • And that's what's happening over and over again.

  • Let's break the cycle.

  • Let's take London in a new direction.

  • I appreciate you leave me your comments below and on May 6th.

  • Let's do this, yeah.


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