By Jack Lions.
Cheese and biscuits? Looks like the mainstream media’s facts are crumbling.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been receiving a grilling from mainstream media and the Labour party as to whether there was a Christmas party in No 10 on Friday 18 December 2020.
Even though the media have now finally admitted the Prime Minister “probably wasn’t even there at the time,” their relentless allegations smell suspiciously like a heavily loaded smear campaign. In fact it’s now verging on downright harassment.
Is there another by-election Labour desperately want to win coming up perchance?
You could almost see the flames firing from Tom Bradby’s nostrils last night on ITV News when he was interviewing two of his Labour pals about the alleged Secret Santa.
Then did anyone catch BBC Breakfast this morning? They empty chaired the Conservative Party saying a minister wasn’t available to comment making out everyone was so guilty they were too scared to be interviewed. Cut to a sad, vacant studio seat all alone wallowing in it’s own shame…. oh and with a healthy covering of BBC Tory hate.
If only they had done their research and had bothered to check their dates and the rules at the time.
The Prime Minister in fact visited the Openreach training centre in Bolton on 18th December (the date of the alleged work cheese and biscuit consumption).
Then it was at a Covid press conference the next day (on Saturday the 19th December) when the PM reluctantly announced the stay at home restrictions.
Yes, that’s right… the stay at home restrictions came a full day AFTER Cheese and Biscuitgate Tom Bradby!
Anything to add BBC? ITV? Guardian? Did you bother to look at any of the hoards of evidence available online and in your own past news articles before you started spitting your venom? Or were you just so excited when you caught Allegra Stratton laughing in a year old press practice you couldn’t help but run with the false narrative?
Cheese and biscuit wallpaper anyone?
I checked my diary and I too was working in my office on 18th December 2020 and I too did a secret Santa for the few of us who were in and not working from home. It was the last Friday before Christmas and I’m sure many offices up and down the country who were back at their desks did the same.
Are you going to demand the police come knocking on my door Keir Starmer? I doubt it because just like Downing Street, I didn’t break any rules.
Like the Number 10 workers, I have been an essential worker during the pandemic and have been working throughout.
It’s funny the way Labour and the MSM seem to forget the times they actually DID break the rules though isn’t it? Anyone know when Kay Burley’s next bash is?
Oh and Keir did you enjoy your pint with your Labour colleagues that time when rules actually were in place banning indoor social gatherings?
Perhaps you might like some humble pie with that beer Sir?
Boris Johnson visits Bolton on 18 December 2020
Press Conference in which the stay at home restrictions were announced on 19th December 2020