Boris in Proto:
Former British adviser Dominic Cummings has leveled further allegations against Prime Minister Boris Johnson. In an in-depth interview that the BBC plans to broadcast in full on Tuesday evening, at the beginning of the Cummings epidemic, Johnson says he wanted to meet the Queen in person, despite his old age.
The now 95-year-old king had to convince his boss himself that she could kill him if she contracted the virus, Cummings said. Queen Elizabeth II and Johnson eventually had almost their weekly visitors.
Since leaving Downing Street, Cummings, a former government adviser who has been close to Boris Johnson for many years, has repeatedly leveled accusations against him.
Among other things, he alleges that there are massive false positives in the epidemics, as well as the catastrophic British record of corona deaths, which are now on the death certificate for more than 152,000 deaths with Govit-19. Most recently, Johnson also got into trouble by releasing some excerpts from WhatsApp chats.
In the interview, among other things, comes a message from Johnson in which he is said to have teasingly written “Get Covid and Long Live” last October.
It is said to have an average age background of patients dying from Govit-19 at that time. Johnson is said to have assumed that the average lifespan is over 80 years, so there is no reason to lock up further.
Cummings’ allegations are seen by some as a campaign of revengeFor leaving his post on Downing Street after a bitter power struggle. However, many of his claims agree with the statements of other participants or observers.
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