FAR-LEFT activists Femi Sorry and Ash Sakar were slammed yesterday after breaking ‘truce rules’ amid Coronavirus to attack the Prime Minister top aide Boris Johnson after he feared he had caught the deadly Coronavirus.
In response to the recent news that Dominic Cummings is self-isolating Remoaner activists have responded with joy to the news, wishing death on him.
Others gave snarky comments about Cummings’ involvement in the initial ‘herd immunity’ strategy of the government in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The so-called ‘herd immunity’ strategy was abandoned early on, as the backlash persuaded the government to change.
I do not give a flying fuck if Dominic Cummings dies of covid-19 and if any Tory fucknuggets fancy getting in my mentions, I cordially invite you to fuck the whole entire way off to the Toby Young hashtag and cram your indignation right up your dungpipes.
— Pee is Stored in the Balls (@parlettscarrish) March 31, 2020
wouldn't go so far as to wish death on anyone but if Dominic Cummings doesn't survive the virus it would be fitting considering he suggested letting it infect people 🤷♀️
— Dan (@Dank_Night_) March 30, 2020
BREAKING: Nation shrugs as eugenicist Dominic Cummings – who reportedly said it's too bad if old people die – is diagnosed with Covid-19! #WelcomeToTheHerd
— Laura Kuenssberg @ CCHQ Propaganda Dept ᵖᵃʳᵒᵈʸ (@LKTranslator) March 30, 2020
So if Boris Johnson could give it to the rest of his Cabinet and his adviser Dominic Cummings, we can really test this herd immunity theory out 🙏🏽
— Tez (@tezilyas) March 27, 2020
The most prominent figures in the latter category however are Novara Media ‘journalist’ Ash Sarkar and co-founder of the pro-European Union advocacy group for young people OFOC (Our Future Our Choice) Femi Oluwole.
"And if that means some [checks notes] spin doctors die, too bad"https://t.co/tMrynN1UUE
— Femi (@Femi_Sorry) March 30, 2020
The pair took to Twitter and made their delight known about Cummings’ condition, with the former stating that Cummings was ‘welcome to the herd’ and the latter sarcastically indicating that if he died from the virus, it would be ‘too bad’.
Welcome to the herd, Mr Cummings.
— Ash Sarkar (@AyoCaesar) March 30, 2020
Tory MP Nadine Dorries who tested positive for Coronavirus was the most scathing of Sarkar’s comments, calling her ‘unkind, unpleasant, churlish’ and she based her comments ‘on a lie’.
For Femi, he was criticised by the likes of the conservative thinktank The Bruges Group and TalkRadio host Mike Graham, with one user going as far to claim that no-one ‘cares what’ he states, citing his infamous clip of going to vote half-naked while running and swearing as a reason why. Brexit campaign group Leave.EU was the most damning, calling Femi an example of ‘Brexit Derangement Syndrome taken to another level’, and wished Dominic Cummings a speedy recovery’.
— Julia Hartley-Brewer (@JuliaHB1) March 30, 2020
The more you utter, Ash, the more you are loathed. Carry on regardless.
— Robert Kimbell #TimeForThePeople (@Rob_Kimbell) March 31, 2020
Ash Sarkar is one of the most unpleasant people on Twitter. https://t.co/4uWXaEI2P2
— Emily Hewertson (@emilyhewertson) March 30, 2020
— Nadine Dorries 🇬🇧 (@NadineDorries) March 30, 2020
The “quote” you have regurgitated was no such thing, as you probably well know.
This is a disgusting Tweet.
— Bruges Group 🇬🇧 #StayHomeSaveLives (@BrugesGroup) March 30, 2020
— Mike Graham 🍾 (@Iromg) March 30, 2020
— ✨💕 GINNYWITCH 💕✨ 🇬🇧 (@ginnywitch) March 31, 2020
Not shocking to see @Femi_Sorry say something so revolting after Dominic Cummings came down with symptoms of a deadly virus that is killing hundreds of Brits a day. Brexit Derangement Syndrome taken to another level. Despite our past clashes, we wish Dom a speedy recovery!
— Leave.EU (@LeaveEUOfficial) March 30, 2020
As of now, the amount of COVID-19 cases in the UK stands at 25,150, with 1,789 deaths and 135 recoveries. Worldwide meanwhile, this stands at 824,255 cases of the virus, with 40,659 deaths and 174,359 recoveries. Cummings is the latest government official to either have coronavirus or self-isolate following having symptoms of it. Previous examples have included Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Health Minister Matt Hancock, Prince Charles.