You remember the story with it’s sharp simple message suited to the mind of a four-year-old?
I don’t care! It’s not fair! It isn’t!
Apparently some adults think the same way:
Discharge infected people into an old folk’s home? Are you mad? I don’t care if they have infection control. What if something goes wrong? My mum’s in one of those. You’ll not put an infected person in beside her. I’ll take her out before that. I’d rather she died in her own house!
The above images, from the thousands we faced day-after-day, for months on end, as opposition politicians smelled the blood from heads rolling, were part of counter-factual campaign which completely ignored the research showing that these discharges had caused no outbreaks and that agency staff had, unwittingly.
For months now we’ve heard that Ruth Davidson and Jackson Carlaw were talking out of turn as their leaders in England had already approved the practice they frothed angrily about here:
They were either good actors or thick.