Greta Thunberg fumes at world leaders and COP26 in rant
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Mr Boyle, 49, has had his own show named ‘Frankie Boyle’s New World Order’ where he – along with guests – discuss current events happening across the world. This week, it was a COP26 special where the summit was discussed at length.
The climate summit is taking place in Glasgow between October 31 and November 12.
But the Scotsman’s lack of jokes towards Nicola Sturgeon has angered a number of people on social media.
Robert Hoskins took to Twitter questioning why the comedian would take aim at Boris Johnson and KSir eir Starmer but not the SNP leader.
They tweeted: “Watched Frankie Boyle’s New World Order last night.
“A COP26 special from Glasgow. Starmer, and Bojo slaughtered – but not one pop was taken at Sturgeon, SNP or Scexit.
“I wonder why, not as if there’s no material.”
Ed Crick was also clearly not a fan of the 49-year-old judging by his tweet about the comedian.
They tweeted: “He’s about as funny as standing on Lego.”
Jenny Luzmoor claimed Frankie Boyle has fallen since the height of his comedy days.
They tweeted: “Why would anyone watch Frankie Boyle.
“He’s forgotten how to be funny.”
Danny Higgins seemed to believe that comedians such as Frankie Boyle are actually part of the “establishment” in Scotland.
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In response to Robert Hoskins, they tweeted: “Spot on.
“None of them seem to think that the SNP are the establishment.
“That makes these comedians part of the establishment that comedians anywhere else in the world be destroying.”
MissMcPhee was disappointed about how the show had been edited due to the lack of jokes about Nicola Sturgeon.
They tweeted: “I must admit, I did wonder about the editorial decisions.
“Seemed odd not to have a satirical swipe at Sturgeon.
“Actually I was disappointed in the whole offering.”
COP26 has been filled with leaders from all across the world in an attempt to tackle the ongoing climate crisis.
In addition to leaders, most of the Royal Family as well as David Attenborough and Greta Thunberg are also at the summit.
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