Dominic Cummings appoints new members to Reichstag

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Dominic Cummings appoints new members to Reichstag

Boris Johnson has reshuffled his Cabinet.

The move has welcomed new members of parliament to the Reichstag controlled by mini-fuhrer Dominic Cummings.

Gone are Chancellor Sajid David, Theresa Villiers, Baroness Morgan, James Cleverly, Julian Smith, Esther McVey and Andrea Leadsom.

The ‘PM’ has ousted those that sort of agreed with him but not quite enough and replaced them with people who are willing to bend right over and take it, whilst nodding making agreeable noises, in order to appear that they have some semblance of power when they don’t really.

The ‘cabinet’ he had were those that sort of said they were Boris’s lapdogs, but in reality if, during a cabinet session, they stood up to him, or shook their head at any point, or had a look of distaste pass over their face for a microsecond, or had thoughts of disagreeing with Cummings’ new policies or even sneezed, have now all been removed as traitors to the cause.

Attorney General Geoffrey Cox was asked by the PM to resign.

But, as Cox left the government, plenty of cocks replaced him.

Each of the new Secretaries of State are ecstatic to be in position, but are impotent in power as Cummings controls all, through his hand puppet BJ, aptly named for this relationship.

Reichstag meetings will now take place every Monday morning, with the Prime Minister and all his Dominic Cummingses present, and each Secretary of State standing outside waiting to be told what to do by an appropriate Sturmführer.

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