Boris Johnson first tried to meet the Queen in person during the wave Corona virus His former chief adviser claims that he was responsible for the epidemic before he could be responsible for his death.
In a BBC interview aired tonight, Dominic Cummings revealed how the prime minister was told not to visit Buckingham Palace for his weekly audience. Mirror reports.
The Mirror had previously reported that on the day of the scheduled meeting, March 18, 2020, the virus threat was already known and 2,626 cases had already been reported in the UK.
Just a week later, on March 27, Mr. Johnson tested positive for the code, and he ended up in hospital fighting a deadly disease.
Tonight, on Dominic Cummings: Interview, on BBC2, the former aide to the prime minister says he had to appeal to her to leave.
The former official said: “I just said that if you give her the corona virus and she dies, what are you doing, you can’t do that, you can’t risk it, that’s for sure. That’s crazy. “
“And he said – he basically just didn’t think about it – he said, yes, holy ***, I can’t go.”
Downing Street denied the allegations.
The Prime Minister’s attitude was a “strange mixture” of “all this nonsense” and “those who are dying are over 80 years old.”
In tonight’s interview, Mr. Cummings told Laura Queensburgh that Mr. Johnson had a “strange mix” of ideas about lockdown.
When the second wave hit the UK last fall, the former aide said his behavior was a strange mix at the time, partly because it’s all nonsense and the lockdown doesn’t work anyway and partly, it Horrible but people who are basically dying in their 80s and we can’t just kill the economy with more than 80 deaths.
He added: “A lot of people heard the Prime Minister saying, ‘The Prime Minister sent this to me and other people.’
Boris Johnson claims that the elderly can “get the corona virus and live longer.”
Mr Cummings also revealed the text of the bombing in an interview that revealed to the prime minister that “people over the age of 80 can get the corona virus and live longer.”
It is claimed that he told officials: “I no longer buy all these NHS (skate) stuffed things”, in a WhatsApp contact that was apparently sent last October.
This was at a time when pressure was mounting on the government to order another lockdown due to escalating cases.
Mr Cummings revealed texts where Mr Johnson had allegedly said: “I must say that I am a little shocked by some of the statistics about the deaths of coyotes.
“The middle age is 81 to 81 for women and 85 to 81 for men. This expectation is beyond life.
“So you get Kwade and live a long life. Hardly anyone under the age of 60 is hospitalized (4%) and almost all of them survive. And I wouldn’t be full of all that anymore. People, I think we may need to recover. “
Another message said: “There are a maximum of 3 meters for people over 80 in this country.”
A third says: “It shows that we do not go for lockdown across the country.”
Boris Johnson “regrets lockdown in spring 2020”
The prime minister allegedly “regretted” the lockdown in the spring of 2020.
Mr Cummings claimed that this was why Mr Johnson was reluctant to lock down again in the fall.
“By the time you got to the 15th to Saturday 19th September, by then the statistics were clear about what was happening and Patrick Valens and Chris Whitey came down to Downing Street and said, ‘It’s clear where it’s going. Yes, we have, as Mr. Cummings alleges, “consider hitting him hard and fast. The prime minister said, “No, no, no, no, I’m not doing that.”
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Cummings accused the prime minister that the Daily Telegraph was his real owner
Boris Johnson said the Daily Telegraph, where he worked as a columnist before entering No. 10, was his “real owner”, Mr Cummings claims.
“After the first wave passed and when he got back to work, in the beginning his idea was basically, thanks to the goodness that we did it.”
“But very soon, when the telegraph and various sections of the media and the Tory party started shouting, he basically turned around and said, ‘Actually, this whole thing was a disaster. We should never have done this. I’m fine in February.’ Yes, we should basically just ignore it and just wash it in the country and not destroy the economy and move on.
What Downing Street said in response to the interview
A Downing Street spokesman said: “Since the onset of the epidemic, the Prime Minister has taken the necessary action to protect lives and livelihoods, guided by the best scientific advice.
“The government he has led has provided the fastest vaccinations in Europe, saved millions of jobs through the furlough scheme and saved the NHS from being defeated through three national lockdowns. ۔
“The government is fully focused on cautiously emerging from the epidemic and building on the best.”
Dominic Cummings. The interview will air on the BBC tonight at 7 p.m.