It would help if you actually read the question. It wasn't about people voting the deal down. It was about people who voted the deal down being labeled as traitors. If it wasn't Brexit then they couldn't be traitors could they?"If May’s deal wasn’t leaving how come MPs voting it down were labelled traitors and accused of blocking Brexit?"
People that voted leave didn’t vote for a deal that doesn’t allow us to leave. Shock horror.
You go figure it, I’m not banging my head on your wall anymore.
It doesn't matter what I think we are leaving with no-deal regardless.
What I am interested in is that mitigating "Project Fear" now appears to be government policy. Its almost as if it wasn't "Project Fear" but "Project Reality". The delusion is on those that parroted the the UK had nothing to fear from Brexit and that people would be queuing up to do deals with us.
This idea that having no-deal on the table in order to drive a hard bargain only works if the damage is worse to the EU than it is to us. This isn't the case. We will still need a deal with the EU after leaving with no deal. They will still be trading without barriers to a large portion of the world. We have no leverage and never had.