“Let’s bring in Doc Lloyd should we?” asked a gushing Kay Burley on SKY News this morning. Burley had just spoken to a SKY reporter in Vienna. Austria is in full lockdown and the government has announced its plans to mandate covid jabs for everyone.
Burley, like the majority of her peers across the UK broadcast media, is gagging for mandatory vaccination.
On came the human koala bear Dr. David Lloyd. He’s on with Kay three or four times a week. He started by telling Kay that 1 million people have covid in the UK right now and that 1,000 people died of it last week. Horseshit of course, but Kay wasn’t going to go there.
Lloyd then told Burley:
“I think some big decisions have got to be made about vaccinating people, because there is that rump we need to get at who really have been resistant.”
Rump? Does he mean you and me? Got at? What does that mean? How will they get at us?
“What sort of big decisions?” inquired the Ginger Ninja, to which Lloyd replied:
“Well I’ve already gone on record yesterday as saying that there should be mandatory vaccination and been flamed on Twitter, so I’ve got to be careful here.
But I really do think that we need to think very seriously about different ways of getting vaccines up. The Americans have tried bribing and giving out prizes and that sort of thing, so we’ve got to look at every way that we can to get the vaccination rate up.
We need to get people vaccinated against the disease because unvaccinated people are the people that are in hospitals at the moment.”
That’s more horseshit of course and again Kay was found wanting. The Israeli Health Ministry admitted this week, that most of the people in hospital with covid there have been fully jabbed.
In the US, NBC news reported this week that hospitalisations are rising among the fully vaccinated.
Kay put it to him that maybe persuasion would be better than mandating the jabs.
Lloyd said that the problem with persuading people is that they’d rather believe what they read on Twitter instead of listening to the experts who appear on SKY News.
They’re coming for the Rumps.