Boris Johnson's spokeswoman Allegra Stratton just got ROASTED after making a ridiculously petty climate change suggestion

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LONDON (Bywire News) - Boris Johnson's official spokeswoman has been well and truly roasted on social media after making an incredibly unpopular suggestion on climate change.

Writing on Twitter, Allegra Stratton - who was appointed as the PM's spokeswoman in October 2020 - said that if people wanted to fight climate change, they shouldn't rinse their dishes before putting them in the dishwasher.



Unsurprisingly, given the fact that 71% of global emissions are caused by just 100 multinational corporations, people were not exactly impressed at Stratton's attempt to lay the burden of responsibility for climate change at the door of ordinary people:


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However, others aimed their irritatation at the sheer pettiness of the PM's press Secretary's suggestion in relation to the truly monstrous problem of climate change:








And many of the replies weren't just limited to those angry at Statton's attempt to blame ordinary people for the problem.

Some were angry that Stratton - who earns over £125,000 a year in her role as the PM's Press Secretary -  had simply assumed that ordinary people own a dishwasher:





And then there were those with practical concerns:





All in all, it wasn't exactly a successful intervention from Johnson's spokeswoman.

Who says the political class are out of touch, eh?

(Writing by Tom D. Rogers, editing by Jess Miller.)

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