After a weekend-run of three days headlining misrepresentations aimed at undermining the reputation of the ‘SNP Scottish Government’, as their feeder Douglas Ross (14) loves to call it, we’re off with more of the same at 06:27 on Monday.
The emergency Louisa Jordan hospital in Glasgow was not required for Covid patients because thanks to the combined efforts of the Scottish Government, NHS Scotland and, of course us, was not needed even at the peak in January.
In any honest commentator’s report, how could that be other than a big success leading to praise for all involved? Imagine Scotland had had to use unplanned overflow accommodation as was the case in Italy or to transfer Covid patients hundreds of miles to cope as happened in England?
The BBC Scotland website (younger audience?) has not joined with Reporting Scotland on this.
This pathetic, unexplained, confused, petty reference to an emergency facility, typically prompted by pathetic, unexplained, confused, petty comments from the likes of Labour’s Monica Lennon, is returned to by Reporting Scotland at every stage in the decommissioning.
This is naked, low propaganda, to seed impressionable minds with the notion that the UK’s most successful and most popular government ever is somehow incompetent.