Johnson has admitted he was lying about ‘following the science’ – and doesn’t regret causing thousands of deaths

Two-fingered salute: Boris Johnson sends a candid message to everybody who died of Covid-19 – and their surviving families and friends.

That’s a hell of a confession.

Remember all those times Boris Johnson and cronies like Matt Hancock said they were “following the science”?

They weren’t.

They were ignoring the science – and lying to you.

You want some examples?

Scientists warned reopening schools and universities would spread the virus through communities and around the country – which it did.

The PM was urged to keep Brits working from home in a bid to avoid a winter spike a month before the Government launched a campaign to encourage the public to return to the workplace.

Mr Johnson, who has claimed his response to the pandemic has been “guided by the science”, only rowed back on plans to allow as many as three households to mix over the [Christmas] holiday when his hand was forced by the emergence of the Kent variant.

Asked if Johnson regrets these decisions, that have led to tens of thousands of deaths, Boris Johnson’s spokesperson avoided a direct answer – which indicates that he doesn’t.

That’s right.

The UK electorate gave a huge, 80-seat Parliamentary majority to a prime minister who proactively chose to ensure that tens of thousands of people died of Covid-19 – and doesn’t regret it.

He won’t face criminal charges, of course.

He’s above the law. The voters put him there.

Source: Boris Johnson ‘doesn’t regret’ ignoring advice which could have avoided ‘worst case’ Covid-19 – Mirror Online

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  1. disabledgrandad February 10, 2021 at 3:07 pm - Reply

    The Tory scum should be in court for manslaughter on a mass scale yes we all can tell they lie there Torys after all. But what we really need is the truth!

    Not the Tory truth and all their media propagandist lies to the UK people to protect them but a full inquiry with teeth and if found guilty of bad faith decisions they should be jailed.

    This is the only way 100,000 + bodies won’t just be explained away that is a vile insult to anyone’s intelligent the were following the science FFS!

  2. sheridan crew February 15, 2021 at 1:00 am - Reply

    The following is taken from the Atlantic Newspaper

    How did a tiny, poor nation manage to suffer only one death from the coronavirus?

    Bhutan moved swiftly and astutely, its actions firmly rooted in the latest science..
    On December 31, 2019, China first reported to the WHO a pneumonia outbreak of unknown cause. By January 11, Bhutan had started drafting its National Preparedness and Response Plan, and on January 15, it began screening for symptoms of respiratory ailments and was using infrared fever scanning at its international airport and other points of entry.

    Around midnight on March 6, Bhutan confirmed its first case of COVID-19: a 76-year-old American tourist. Six hours and 18 minutes later, some 300 possible contacts, and contacts of contacts, had been traced and quarantined.

    I totally agree that the the Government are responsible for tens of thousands of lives and should be held accountable

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