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Re: Borris Johnson : Sat Oct 22, 2022 7:59 am  
Superblue wrote:
Old Craig here got the same posting style as a member called “rimaldo” on the Man Utd Redcafe forum :)

That's interesting :roll:
Re: Borris Johnson : Sun Oct 23, 2022 5:24 pm  
Craig_David wrote:
Please come back Borris and save are country are best PM since Churchill is only man to save this country or we might end up with stormer and are country will be dead



Over 200 thousand did die thanks to the ex PM that you hold in such high esteem.

Tell me something. Was you kept away from a loved one while they died alone, and while your hero didnt give a toss and partied with his chums.
Re: Borris Johnson : Sun Oct 23, 2022 8:54 pm  
RoyBoy29 wrote:
Over 200 thousand did die thanks to the ex PM that you hold in such high esteem.

Tell me something. Was you kept away from a loved one while they died alone, and while your hero didnt give a toss and partied with his chums.


As much as I hate Boris, please tell me how it’s his fault 200k people died
Re: Borris Johnson : Sun Oct 23, 2022 9:13 pm  
Initially ignored the warnings from Italy by missing COBRA meetings to work on his divorce. He thought herd immunity was the way to go until the deaths started increasing and by sending the old out of hospitals to care homes to free up the beds but without any testing. No preparation with lack of PPE despite a warning that one was due.
I could go on but if he had handled it probably from the start we would not have one of the highest death rates.
Re: Borris Johnson : Tue Oct 25, 2022 10:24 am  
If it wasnt for borris we wouldn’t have got are vaccines.

Got us through covid got Brexit done and he gives us a laugh to
Re: Borris Johnson : Tue Oct 25, 2022 11:12 am  
Scarlet Pimpernell wrote:
Initially ignored the warnings from Italy by missing COBRA meetings to work on his divorce. He thought herd immunity was the way to go until the deaths started increasing and by sending the old out of hospitals to care homes to free up the beds but without any testing. No preparation with lack of PPE despite a warning that one was due.
I could go on but if he had handled it probably from the start we would not have one of the highest death rates.


How did Boris send old people to hospitals? How was it his fault re PPE?

Stop blaming boris and instead start blaming the people that were responsible for the deaths....the management people of of the NHS
Re: Borris Johnson : Tue Oct 25, 2022 1:02 pm  
TheWarringtonWolve69 wrote:
How did Boris send old people to hospitals? How was it his fault re PPE?

Don't think he did, it just suits some peoples narrative to have you believe it.
Re: Borris Johnson : Tue Oct 25, 2022 1:03 pm  
They did a full scale test for a possible scenario like COVID however this was never published. It was clear that no action was taken because we did not have enough PPE when the pandemic started and a lot was now out of date hence the increased risk to health and care staff.
It was known that to transfer the elderly back to care homes without a test was high risk but they wanted the hospital beds cleared. Let us not forget his alleged “let the bodies pile up” which he never denied which gives an insight into his actual thoughts on the impact.
Re: Borris Johnson : Tue Oct 25, 2022 1:11 pm  
Beats me how some people know some things if they are never published.
Re: Borris Johnson : Tue Oct 25, 2022 2:17 pm  
Bet Lyin Boris regrets ripping up the Nations Pandemic Plan :D

A decision that’s cost hundreds of thousands of deaths
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