snapdragon wrote:My daughter lives in a shared house, but when one of her housemates caught covid they managed to keep safe by isolating themselves in their room and wearing a mask to visit the bathroom etc., and wiping down surfaces. None of the four housemates caught it.
Me and a friend /intimate had it and we made no attempt to socially distance and none of the other 8 or 9 people in the house or garden got it. Or at least showed any symptoms as most weren't testing. Later another person got it but again no one else showed any symptoms.
No, of course nobody is surprised he broke his own rules unless they are particularly devoid of brain cells.
The man is a liar. He always has been and always will be
So why the sudden outrage just because Dominic Cummings, Covid rule keeper extraordinaire revelations have led to the publicising of what everyone with half a brain would have suspected? So I get it, although Richard Nixon was America's greatest post war President, the Watergate revelations exposed actions that went well beyond the known behaviour and character of Richard Nixon. I don't buy the nonsense that Donald Trump seriously tried to overthrow American democracy on jan 6th, but if he had it would be a serious crime far beyond his previous actions.
AlthoughIi don't believe in government election through the courts, it was the use of litigation as a political weapon that brought down the Roman Republic, it was good that investigations into Bill Clinton exposed the disgusting treatment and hypocrisy of the Clintons towards women. But what are these expensive police investigations for? How likely are they to reveal anything about Boris that wasn't already known.