Tory MPs remove masks

Tory MPs remove masks at PMQs  –   to show discontent over ‘partygate’

Unlike last week, when just Tory MP for Bolton West, Chris Green, refused to wear a facemask during Prime Minister’s Questions, several took them off for today’s PMQs.

One Conservative MP told me why: “I suppose it is easier to show a little discontent at the PM that way.”


TAP – My son’s school insisted that his year all wear face masks to a theatre showing Beauty and the Beast.  They arrived to find parties from two other schools, of children of the same age (9-10) – all maskless.

If the next phase of the great reset is becoming imminent, war or financial crash, or both, then the mask era will probably be over, as other priorities take over.

One child in my son’s school refused to wear a mask.  The teacher correctly stated that he could not be asked why he was not wearing one as it is a private matter for each person, in other words, voluntary.

It’s time to call it a day on masks and breathe some air before the next crisis hits  –      whether that be war, a financial crash or both.  Or something else – a general election….


One Response to “Tory MPs remove masks”

  1. Aldous says:

    One Conservative MP told me why: “I suppose it is easier to show a little discontent at the PM that way.”

    What a pity the same miscreant Tory bastard couldn’t find it similarly easier to show a little discontent when innocent children are being made to suffer for hours on end in school with these Oxygen-depriving face diapers.
    I bet the Cabinet ‘took the knee’ in recompense during the whole sorry virtue-signalling affair.
    More’s the pity that they all couldn’t have donned 100% Oxygen depriving freezer bags so as to put us all out of UK’s collective misery. A dozen or so worthless bum-bandits lost but a Nation saved. No loss whatsoever to once Great Britain in reality.

    “In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.” ~ Franklin D. Roosevelt

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