The furious caller laid into Nick Ferrari in support of former Prime Minister Tony Blair after claiming he was lied to in the run up to the EU referendum.
The Brexiteer referenced the £350million a week bus as one of the reasons for his complete U-turn suggesting the British people deserve another referendum.
After insisting that he was not a fan of the former Labour leader, the caller argued that Mr Blair was right in saying an 'uprising' was needed.
Speaking to Ferrari on LBC, the caller refused to be interrupted, arguing that the Leave campaign had lied to him.
A caller backed Tony Blair after he argued that he was lied to by the Leave campaign
He said: “We were lied upon. Tony Blair, I'm not a great fan before you go into one, but I adore and I admire his speech today because he's 100 per cent right.
"We were lied to. There's lots of Brexiteers which have been conned into this. Everybody felt they made us feel we were going to get people like Turkey coming into the EU, we were going to get immigrants coming in, they lied to us.
“This is not the fact. It's affecting us now. We should have a second referendum, based on the truth, not the lies.”
On Friday morning Mr Blair called for an uprising and insisted that the British people voted to Leave “without knowledge” on June 23 last year.
He said: “I accept right now there is no widespread appetite to re-think. But the people voted without knowledge of the true terms of Brexit.”
Tony Blair speaking at a pro-EU event on Friday
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We should have a second referendum, based on the truth, not the lies
Angry Brexit voter
LBC host Ferrari however snapped back at the enraged caller as he quizzed him over what would happen if another vote was equally as narrow.
The caller however snapped back suggesting that a second referendum wouldn’t be close before he ploughed into the Leave message of funding more money towards the NHS.
He finished: “They lied to us. £350 million, seven days a week, where is all this?”
Foreign secretary Boris Johnson was quick to fight back against Blair’s uprising as he claimed that the former Labour leader was insulting the intelligence of the British people.
Speaking about the next time the former Prime Minister appears, the Tory said: “rise up and turn off the TV next time Blair comes on with his condescending campaign”.