This is what Graham Mills, 73, discovered when he confronted the Prime Minister before her speech at Netherton Conservative Club on Saturday.
He quizzed her on privatisation, her refusal to take part in leadership debates and her ‘poor’ record as home secretary.
But despite his barrage of questions, Mr Mills claims he never got straight answers.
“I started by asking her why she would not debate the other leaders on the TV and she said ‘well we meet every Wednesday’ and I said that is hardly an answer and asked if she thought she owed it to the public. Again I did not really get an answer.
“I asked her why she was running the exact same campaign as David Cameron did with Lynton Crosby and employing the same scare tactics by suggesting Labour would form a coalition with the SNP, which she knows they wouldn’t. It is scare tactics.
“I was amazed at how nervous she was. She spoke about Europe saying we had to get things back so I asked her why doesn’t she start at home?
“She kept giving me stock answers every time. I was really disappointed.”
Let’s have a recap of Theresa May truths as Home Secretary: