UK Prime Minister called out the Labour party and forced new elections in order to complete Brexit, and that's exactly what the UK will get as the Tories ran rampant in Thursday's elections.
The Conservatives are set to win an overall majority of 86 in the general election, according to an exit poll for the BBC, ITV and Sky News.
The survey taken at UK polling stations suggests the Tories will get 368 MPs - 50 more than at the 2017 election - when all the results have been counted.
Labour would get 191, the Lib Dems 13, the Brexit Party none and the SNP 55.
The Green Party will still have one MP and Plaid Cymru will lose one seat for a total of three, the survey suggests.
The first general election results are due before midnight, with the final total expected to be known by Friday lunchtime.
In the exit poll, voters are asked to fill in a mock ballot paper as they leave the polling station indicating how they have just voted.
The exit poll was conducted by Ipsos Mori at 144 polling stations, with 22,790 interviews.
Exit polls have proved to be very accurate in recent years. In 2017 it correctly predicted a hung Parliament, with no overall winner, and in 2015 it predicted the Conservatives would be the largest party.
It's shaping up to be a bloodbath, even worse than when Theresa May won.
BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg said if the exit poll figures are broadly correct then Conservative Party leader and Prime Minister Boris Johnson will get the backing he needs in Parliament to take the UK out of the EU next month.
It would be the biggest Conservative victory since 1987 and Labour's worst result since 1935, the poll suggests, with the party forecast to lose 71 seats.
But it will not become clear whether the exit poll is accurate until the results start rolling in during the early hours of Friday.
Home Secretary Priti Patel said the government will move quickly to "get Brexit done" before Christmas by introducing legislation in Parliament, if it is returned to power.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell told the BBC the exit poll was "extremely disappointing" for Labour if it was correct.
"I thought it would be closer. I think most people thought the polls were narrowing," he added.
If these results are anywhere close to accurate, the EU will be gutted. Brexit will almost certainly happen before the end of the year, and you can kiss the National Health Service goodbye as well.
A brutal new era of British austerity is on tap, and when it becomes painfully clear that Johnson and his party have no idea how to manage the split from Brussels, it will be shockingly ugly.
And what of Labour and Jeremy Corbyn?
He's done. He's resigning this week. This is the equivalent of Tulsi Gabbard winning the Democratic nomination and getting utterly smashed in 2020, with Pelosi losing the House. The United Kingdom will not stay united much longer, I fear. Scotland all but voted to leave the UK today as well.