Numerous Brexiteers are slamming Mark Carney for his timid remarks which are considered to be the second stage of Project Fear.

Mark Carney who is The Bank of England Governor laid down some controversial comments about a Brexit with “No Deal”, some are blaming him for the drop in the pound.

An economist at ING, who is called James Knightly claimed;  “Mark Carney’s warning isn’t exactly going to help stimulate businesses into action.”

Arguably the most conservative and Euro-sceptic Conservative Party MP, Jacob Rees-Mogg declared;  “Mark Carney has long been the high priest of project fear whose reputation for inaccurate and politically-motivated forecasting has damaged the reputation of the Bank of England.”

Former-Brexit Minister, David Jones had this to say about Carney;   “Mark Carney has long been the high priest of project fear whose reputation for inaccurate and politically-motivated forecasting has damaged the reputation of the Bank of England.”

“It would be really quite helpful if he considered that before he made statements like this.”

Everyday Brits are beginning to see past Project Fear and the media machine behind it all. Mark Carney is no more than a puppet desperately attempting to derail what referenda achieved. Carney is no stranger to false or inaccurate predictions.

 

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