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Arrogant #SajidJavid admonishes #RosenaAllinKhan over #tone. But where were #Tory MPs’ #masks?

Sajid Javid (left) and Rosena Allin-Khan (right): he’s the Health Secretary but she’s the doctor. And he’s still got the cheek to lecture her.

Tories never learn, do they?

It comes of being rich, entitled (or so they think) and devastatingly ignorant.

So it should come as no surprise that, after an incident in which failure to wear masks in the House of Commons led to a Covid-19 scare, many Tories have gone back to lounging around the Chamber without masks on (presumably on the basis of the Rees-Mogg principle: that you can’t catch Covid-19 from other people if you know them personally).

And when a Labour MP who is a serving NHS doctor pointed this out and asked when Tory backbenchers would start wearing their masks…

The new Health Secretary had the cheek to try to police her “tone”:

Take note of the following:

And who was the first person to tell Dr Allin-Khan to watch her tone, again?

Ah, yes – Matt Hancock.

Hancock was a useless Health Secretary. He knew nothing about his subject and spent the whole of his tenure handing out fat contracts to friends of the Conservative Party and getting nothing in return while the Covid-19 death toll became the worst in the world.

He was kicked out of office for snogging a former college friend he had nepotistically installed as his adviser at the Department of Health and Social Care – possibly for the purpose of snogging her – in contravention of social distancing requirements.

And Javid? As David Osland states above, he’s an investment banker. In addition to suggesting that Dr Allin-Khan’s tone was wrong, he showed that, like Hancock, he doesn’t know how to keep the UK safe from Covid-19:

He’s incompetent and the country is not in a mood to tolerate that right now. He’s on borrowed time.

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Boris Johnson’s ignorance of hospital mask rules has sparked a wave of stupidity

Stupid, selfish mouth-breather: Boris Johnson wouldn’t wear a mask as he wandered the corridors of Hexham Hospital like a bad case of MRSA. And it seems his idiocy has been infectious.

This is what happens when you let spoilt children have their way when they’re pretending to be important politicians.

Boris Johnson got away with wandering through Hexham Hospital in Northumbria without wearing a mask and now everybody wants to do it, no matter how badly they endanger themselves and others.

It seems selfish idiocy really is infectious.

See the tweets below for examples of what Johnson has started. Note the word “another” in Dr Bhatt’s tweet – this is not an isolated incident.

Note also that a fight nearly broke out because of it. NHS staff already face violent patients every day, but here’s the prime minister – the prime minister – deliberately making it worse.

The poem, tweeted by The Far Field, puts the whole matter in context.

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Boris Johnson maskless row – Raab tries to defend him on TV… hopelessly

Against all advice: Boris Johnson is pictured wandering, maskless, through a Northumbrian Hospital whose administrators demand that everybody – without exception – must wear a face covering while on the premises. The message is clear: he thinks the rules do not apply to him.

Why do Tories do this? Is it just so they can have a headline somewhere saying, “The Justice Secretary said he understood the Prime Minister followed all the advice he was given”?

Saying this is what you understand is not the same as saying this is the fact, of course.

And it seems clear that it was not the fact in the case of Boris Johnson’s visit to a Northumbrian Hospital on Monday (November 8).

The Northumbria NHS website states clearly that visitors “must wear a face-covering at all times”, as Peter Stefanovic states, below.

Yet Raab put up the pretence, on Good Morning Britain:

They must know why can all see through this transparent fakery.

Or are they banking on the gullibility of the British public?

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Boris Johnson ran away from corruption debate to run maskless through a hospital

Totally irresponsible: You can imagine Johnson’s excuse, though – “Er, er, they’re only northerners. I was trying to see how many I could contaminate in the shortest possible time. Haha!”

He’s totally irresponsible and a danger to everybody in the United Kingdom.

That was made abundantly clear when Boris Johnson elected to dodge the Parliamentary debate on MP corruption, pay and second jobs – to wander maskless through a hospital.

He, above all people, should know that nobody should go without a mask in an area where Covid-19 is likely to be found, caught, contracted. He fronted so many of the public information broadcasts about it.

Yet there he was – and you can see the photographic evidence for yourself.

What’s really amazing is the fact that he did this after contracting Covid-19, probably from visiting a hospital and shaking hands with the Covid patients who were there:

Even more shocking is the fact that the minister Johnson’s government put up to do the morning media round actually made the following excuse for his non-attendance:

Er, no – he was doing the equivalent of his erstwhile hide-in-a-fridge routine.

After the debacle of the last two years, won’t we all?

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Challenged for failing to protect David Attenborough by wearing a mask, Johnson flails

Another day, another car-crash interview for Boris Johnson.

Today he was challenged over his decision not to wear a mask while sitting next to “national treasure” David Attenborough, who is 95 years old and therefore highly vulnerable to Covid-19.

Just because Johnson has been vaccinated, it doesn’t mean he cannot pass the virus on to other people and his masklessness has attracted huge criticism on the social media.

But just look at his face when an interviewer raised the matter. It seems he did not have the self-awareness to realise people would talk about it, and he quite clearly panics at the thought of the harm he has done to his own public image.

His answer, when it eventually came, was infantile:

Still, it could be worse.

Has anyone told Johnson what M. Macron did while he was enjoying his hangover nap (still maskless) next to Mr Attenborough while the speeches droned on? This could not have happened if he had only put a piece of cloth over his face:*

*Amazingly, to avoid criticism from the hard-of-thinking, I have to make it clear that this image is satirical.

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Tory MP who went maskless in Parliament has tested positive for Covid-19

Maskless: who knows how many of his fellow Conservative MPs Alex Chalk (or whoever infected him) has infected with Covid-19?

What did Jacob Rees-Mogg say about Tory MPs not needing masks, again?

Ah yes, that’s right: they didn’t need to wear masks because they all know each other.

And now Rees-Mogg’s colleague Alex Chalk – after displaying the “convivial, fraternal spirit” that the Leader of the House so eloquently promoted – is self-isolating, having tested positive for Covid-19:

The question now is: how many other Tory MPs have picked up the virus as a result of their “convivial, fraternal” masklessness at Prime Minister’s Questions last Wednesday (October 20)?

Indeed, considering the information in the tweets below, how many have even bothered to take a test?

Here are a few facts that are more accurate than Rees-Mogg’s dangerous claims – and these come from a doctor:

TV news interviewers take note: if you’re set to interview a Conservative MP who was in the Commons on that day (or maskless at any time before or after) then you will be at risk. Wear a mask yourself and demand strict social distancing.

That goes for anybody else who is likely to come into contact with a Conservative MP.

They may be happy to take moronic risks but that doesn’t mean you have to.

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Covid catastrophe looms as Tories refuse to support mask-wearing and infections rocket

Did he say it? That hardly matters now – Boris Johnson’s own behaviour, and that of his ministers, shows he agrees with the sentiment.

It’s true: the daily Covid-19 infection rate in the UK hit 52,009 on Thursday (October 21) – the highest since July 16.

The Tory government’s answer seems to be to bring forward its promised round of booster vaccinations. Big deal. They don’t stop people contracting the virus.

What’s the best way to cut infections? Easy: require people to wear face masks and enforce social distancing rules.

And the Tories are never going to do that again, from their behaviour in Parliament.

Remember them in Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday, when all but a couple of them were maskless?

Sajid Javid was challenged over that during his press conference later that day, and said people in enclosed spaces should wear a mask and think about those around them.

He was almost immediately contradicted by Leader of the House Jacob Rees-Mogg who said Tory MPs don’t need to wear a mask because they all know each other.

Biblically? Ew!

Meanwhile, Health Minister Gillian Keegan went on the morning media round with the unbelievable claim that the number of Covid-19-related deaths – that reached their highest level since March earlier this week and have not dipped below 1,000 a week in months – were “very low”.

She came badly unstuck discussing Rees-Mogg’s bizarre claim about the Tory fraternity in the House of Commons:

Huh? She was making no sense at all.

But then, why should we expect better? She’s a Tory.

Sadly, she was a Tory faced with logic on this particular morning:

Sue, below, has a witty answer to that one:

No – for around 200 people a day it’s a choice between life and death. But the Tories won’t discuss that.

I never understood that either. And I bet thousands of school pupils are having trouble with it too.

I understand the experts are on my side:

And it seems politicians in other countries are listening to the experts:

And what do the Tories do when presented with evidence that mask-wearing – and implementing the so-called ‘Plan B’ of new social distancing restrictions – is the only sane way forward?

They say anybody suggesting such a thing is “virtue signalling”.

That’s right – and it’s something to remember next time you see hundreds of maskless Tories squashed up close to each other on the Green Benches, listening to Jacob Rees-Mogg pontificating.

These people have utter disregard for the wellbeing of those around them. And if they’ll endanger their Tory colleagues, there’s no reason to believe they’ll do anything at all to help you.

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Unforgivable: anti-lockdown protesters compare masks and vaccines with the Holocaust

I was going to avoid reporting on anti-lockdown protests, because in a time when wearing a mask and having a vaccination injection could save many thousands of lives, I would have hoped anyone with sense could see that these people are wrong.

But some of the protesters who were out in London today (and elsewhere, I dare say) took the opportunity to take their silliness across the line into the unforgivable. I refer to this:

It is bad enough that people like this … lady … have chosen to mock the memories of more than 150,000 victims of the Covid-19 virus by announcing their ignorance of its threat all over our streets.

But then they had to pretend that measures designed to safeguard their lives are somehow similar to the systematic persecution and extermination of Jews by Nazi Germany.

It isn’t very often that I agree with David Baddiel on matters concerning anti-Semitism but this was an offence, not only against the 150,000 who have died over the last year or so but also against the six million Jews who were murdered in the Nazi Holocaust.

In that context, I think his tweeted “Take. That. Off.” was remarkably restrained.

Others who took to the social media to express their outrage were more explanatory. I won’t publish the actual tweets because they feature the full image, including the woman’s face, and I don’t want to give her the publicity.

The Auschwitz Memorial Twitter account stated, “Instrumentalization of the tragedy of Jews who suffered, were humiliated, marked with a yellow star, and finally isolated in ghettos and murdered during the Holocaust, in order to argue against vaccination that saves human lives is a sad symptom of moral and intellectual decline.” This was also remarkably restrained, in my opinion.

Heather Rufus tweeted: “To anyone wearing the Star of David as a lockdown protest, you’re totally lacking in awareness. Millions of Jewish people were murdered during the Holocaust and you are likening lockdown to that. You should hang your head in shame. Gross.”

Ian Moore went further: “If you wore a Yellow Star today to protest against facemasks that protect others, you are a stain on humanity. You ignorant, privileged morons. Whatever your perceived grievances are, how is that Holocaust level? Vile.”

Benjamin Cohen, CEO of Pink News added: “If you really want to be a crank and protest about the Covid lockdowns that have saved lives, do not then appropriate a symbol from the Holocaust that led to the murder of six million Jews and permanently diminished Jewish population, destroyed Jewish culture and history.”

There’s this, from @HowardA_Esq: “Being asked to wear a mask or be vaccinated is not like having your family burned alive, gassed to death, starved to death or worked to death because of their religion. This is the symbol of our religion and our persecution. Take it off, bigot.

“My family were murdered by people who force them to wear the Star of David. Playing holocaust victim because you were asked to wear a mask, it’s reprehensible on every level.”

Damn straight.

Source: London protest: Thousands gather for anti-lockdown march after pubs and shops reopen – Mirror Online

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If this doesn’t convince you the Tories are doing their best to kill us all, what will?

No face masks, no testing: school halls will soon be as packed as this, again. And with no demand for mandatory masks and testing, they’ll soon be chock-full of Covid-19 too.

Tory schools minister Nick Gibb has decided that face masks and asymptomatic Covid-19 testing with be optional in schools.

You know what this means. Face masks are supposed to protect other people if we have the virus – and the ones who refuse to wear them will be the contagious idiots.

The same applies to asymptomatic testing. They’ll say, “I don’t feel bad! Why should I have a swab up my nose?” And then they’ll infect your sons and daughters, you, and everyone you know.

Charming.

And all made possible by the damnfool Tories who’ve made such a pig’s ear of the Covid crisis so far.

We are saying it is not mandatory for schools to have masks in classrooms but it is highly recommended because we want to do everything we can to reduce the risk of transmission in the school

said Gibb.

Of course we can’t make it [asymptomatic testing] mandatory … but we just hope that most parents will see the wisdom of testing their children twice a week.

It is as though the Tories are trying to make it seem they are doing all they can to minimise the risk of infection – while actually doing all they can to increase it.

Isn’t it?

Source: Face coverings in secondary schools will not be compulsory, says minister | The Canary

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As Greater Manchester goes into tighter Covid restrictions, why did Matt Hancock break them AGAIN?

Where’s your mask, Hancock? He reckons he had one on for most of the journey and only took it off towards the end; he should have had it on throughout so he should be fined. Right?

Death Secretary Matt Hancock has been caught flaunting Covid-19 restrictions yet again – this time by failing to wear a face mask in a chauffeur-driven car.

This Site now expects to see evidence that Hancock has paid the £200 fine faced by the public if they fail to follow this restriction.

Where is it?

Hancock is, of course, an habitual offender. He has been photographed many times breaking social distancing rules in Parliament.

Meanwhile, Boris Johnson has put Greater Manchester under the tightest level of Covid-19-related restrictions in England – Tier 3 – with fines starting at £200 per individual, £1,000 per business – for breaking them.

They will have to pay. Why not Hancock?

Source: Matt Hancock seen in chauffeur-driven car without mask – BBC News

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The first collection, Strong Words and Hard Times,
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