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Johnson: He wasn’t looking well at this prime ministerial broadcast last month – but you bet he’s getting the best possible treatment.

Boris Johnson’s health has deteriorated to the point where he has been moved to intensive care at a National Health Service hospital.

He experienced breathing difficulties while undergoing tests and was given oxygen.

And suddenly there’s an outpouring of sympathy for him. Twitter hashtags like #PrayForBoris and #GetWellBoris are top-trending.

Why?

He’s the prime minister of the United Kingdom. He’s getting the best treatment that the taxpayer can buy – unlike older and more vulnerable people who have been told to sign away their right to treatment and wait for death.

Johnson won’t be the prime minister who died of stupidity.

Don’t kid yourself – that’s what it would be if the coronavirus took him. He chose to shake hands with all those Covid-19 patients. Did he wash his hands afterwards?

He chose to ignore his own rules on social distancing.

And of course, he chose to put off the UK’s lockdown until almost catastrophically late after the pandemic arrived in the UK.

So save your sympathy.

I may be wrong about this – because the virus is unpredictable. If I am, I will apologise profusely.

But right now I have far more sympathy for the people who have died, and who are being told to die, than for a government minister who ignored his own rules.

Source: Coronavirus: Prime Minister Boris Johnson moved to intensive care after condition worsens | Politics News | Sky News

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