The election did not turn out the way that the Tories had intended.
May's party lost seats in the Parliament, even though they won the most seats.
Jeremy "Anti-Semite" Corbin was claiming a huge victory. They won 30 seats while the Tories lost about 13.
The biggest loser? The Scottish Nationalist Party, which lost more seats than the Tories.
Arrogant Corbyn has called for Theresa May to resign as prime minister.
But she does not have the 326 majority needed.
Here are the results as of now:
One constituency has yet to be called--Kensington. I predict that the Conservatives will hold that seat, since a Tory represented that seat at the time of the snap election.
So, that leaves the Tories with 319--six seats shy of a majority.
Talks have emerged between the Democratic Unionist Party, based in Northern Ireland.
Here is a victory speech of sorts from the DUP leader:
This election gave the DUP their strongest showing. 10 seats is not a lot for a small party, perhaps, but parliamentary politics permits this kind of show of power for smaller parties. Coalition governments permit smaller parties to flex more muscle, too.
Another response to this election:
The consensus among the voters is for a United Kingdom. The Scottish Nationalists got decimated, and look to descend into further irrelevance. Nick Clegg, the deputy Prime Minister under Cameron following the 2010 election, lost his seat, even though the Lib-Dem Paty gained a few seats. The Green Party won one seat.
While the media went on about how the Tories got crushed another story remains untold.
The DUP is a Catholic and conservative party. They are pro-life and pro-natural marriage. They worked very hard to block passage of gay marriage and abortion laws in parliament.
This is great news for plenary conservatives. In her above statement, DUP Leader Arlene Foster pointed out their commitment to Brexit, as discussions move forward to negotiate the clearest and cleanest departure from the EU.