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The nutty Professor

Least We Forget:-

Ferguson was one of a number of people at the highest levels of government to contract the virus. On the 17th March 2020, he took part in a 5pm press conference at No 10 Downing Street, greeting senior members of Johnson’s cabinet before delivering a speech and leaving.

The next morning he woke with a dry cough and tested positive for Covid-19.
In the days that followed, the Prime Minister, his Chief Adviser Dominic Cummings, the Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, and also the Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty reported symptoms of the virus.

In a statement on Tuesday, Ferguson expressed his regret for ignoring the government’s own guidance, Pratt!

“I acted in the belief that I was immune, .. and so the professional bullshit goes on, that in actual fact; reminds me of a driving test once done by a blind man, .. in Barnard Castle.

This direct quote is from the Professor talking about the encroaching pandemic, included here verbatim should you need to fact-check him (and it) yourself:-

“What can we do if it hits our shores? We couldn’t stop it. There would be a constant number of new cases and we would be overwhelmed very rapidly,” said Prof Ferguson.

BTW: that’s the self same Professor Neil Ferguson, who is being deliberately confused with plain old Prof Ferguson in the many supposed impartial fact-check websites, ..

The above scare mongering was in relation to the encroaching Swine Flue outbreak (!!!)
Dated Wed 3 Aug 2005 18.02 BST and printed on Guardian website.

The link to the facts are here in regards to this factual statically satirical fool.

Thanks for reading, Jessica: Praise be the ORI.

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