Brexit would be madder than ever before when even its bullying payer says he would now vote to stay in Europe if the clock could be reversed.
The explosive clash of the arrogant Arron Banks, a malicious drug dealer under police investigation of more than £ 8 million sneaked past a referendum result, the largest political donation in our country's history, explodes any final argument to continue this madness.
The deputies who defend the vote of a people feel suddenly encouraged and an elite Brexit to shrink, ignoring the concrete facts, never seemed so foolish.
Banks is an evasive aggressor who was caught selling a pig, the demons he unleashed including the racism of the infamous "Breaking Point" refugee poster revealed in the morning. Terrorist Thomas Mair killed Labor MP Jo Cox.
Banks, a Tory who joined Ukip before returning to the Conservatives, faces increasing inquiries as the National Crime Agency investigates the source of these £ 8 million and the city's supervisory body analyzes the wealth of the journalist.
Married to a Russian and offering Russian businesses, including a gold mine, during the Brexit campaign, Banks denies receiving money from the Kremlin.
Yesterday, on TV, to avoid direct and detailed answers to legitimate questions about large amounts of money influencing a major national decision, was the performance of a man losing control.
What Britain needs is a strategy to undo the damage of the banks' tastes.
Theresa May's "secret" plan would keep us in the customs union, but it would weaken the economy and renounce political influence.
Surely Jeremy Corbyn should finally get up for the workers cheated by Banks when they pay the highest price for their Brexit fancy?
Tony Blair was wrong in Iraq and more, but he's right to keep Britain in Europe.
Either we, the people, regain control or a trap over a conspiracy will prove to be an expensive disaster.