ANDREW Neil has a new show on Channel 4 (!). Allegedly, we are ‘not going to want to miss it’. I think you will find you do want to miss it. I want to miss it very much. In fact, I think I will be doing anything else at that time, such as picking up the dog mess or cleaning the oven.
Andrew Neil and Piers Morgan – we know who they are and we know what they did during The Covid Regime of Terror.
Neil tells us: ‘It is time to hold our politicians to account and get them to give straight answers.’
Ah yes, Andrew Neil. He’s the one who likes to stand up for the little man against the powerful, right? He is the one who holds truth to power? I don’t think so. This is the man who declared ‘It’s time to punish Britain’s five million vaccine refuseniks: They put us all at risk of more restrictions. So why shouldn’t we curb some of their freedoms?’
So, Andrew Neil stood WITH the most powerful during The Covid Regime of Terror: Big Pharma and Big Government. He called for a system of vaccine coercion and vaccine passports. Andrew Neil wanted to strip people of their civil rights if they did not submit to the government experimental vaccine regime that has killed people.
In fact, families with loved ones who died or suffered severe side effects after receiving the Covid vaccine say they are being ignored. More than 1,200 claims have been made to the Vaccines Damages Payment Scheme (VDPS), which should award up to £120,000 if a causal link between vaccination and severe reaction, culminating in injury or death, is proved. To date, the government is yet to pay out any form of compensation for affected individuals. Some applicants have been waiting nearly a year, despite families having medical confirmation that vaccination was responsible for the death of their loved ones.
Perhaps Neil could question Health Secretary Sajid Javid about this on his new show. Neil could get some straight answers from Javid as to why no compensation has been paid out to families that have seen loved ones die or been injured by a vaccine that Neil thought people should be punished for not taking?
I expect this will be a difficult task for Neil who decided to spend his time in the South of France drumming up some hostility towards those dreaded ‘vaccine refuseniks’. From that infamous piece: ‘There are still 5 million unvaccinated British adults, who through fear, ignorance, irresponsibility or sheer stupidity refuse to be jabbed. In doing so they endanger not just themselves but the rest of us. If they contract Covid, it is they who will put the biggest strain on the NHS, denying the rest of us with serious non-Covid ailments the treatment that is our right. We are all paying a heavy price for this hard core of the unvaccinated.’ In case you were in any doubt about how Neil would like the unvaccinated treated: ‘As it stands, the unvaccinated are making more restrictions on our lives inevitable. It is time we imposed some on them.’ Nice.
Like Piers Morgan, Andrew Neil failed the biggest test when it came – questioning Big Pharma and the government when they exercised their enormous powers of lockdown.
As such, Andrew Neil holds no legitimacy when it comes to ‘holding politicians to account’. If you want to see someone do that, turn on Mark Steyn on GB News. Otherwise, clean your kitchen: it will be a much more profitable use of your time.