The trouble with having too many women in politics -- like we now have in the cucked West -- is that when they clash, politics quickly starts to resemble a "bitch fight." This is how the battle between UK PM Theresa May and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is shaping up.
Following Sturgeon's announcement, in a luridly coloured red dress, that the Scottish government is planning to hold a referendum before Britain officially leaves the EU, Prime Minister May hit back by wearing a North-Korean-style pants suit and pearls, and making dismissive comments.
"The tunnel vision that the SNP has shown today is deeply regrettable," May sneered, before accusing Sturgeon, who has often been compared to transvestite child mimic Janette Krankie, of "playing games with politics." Ouch!
If Sturgeon chooses to respond, she will no doubt go down the route of comparing May to a "Poundland Thatcher," a common insult hurled at the Prime Minister to signify that she is a budget shop version of Britain's first female PM Margaret Thatcher.
Now, where's my popcorn?