British broadcaster and journalist Piers Morgan has backed the proposed Covid health passport with a scathing attack on those who have different views on vaccinations.
The television motormouth, no stranger to breaking journalism code of conducts and carrying a weight of serious misdemeanours during his career, loves the idea of health passports in public places such as football stadiums and gyms, according to one of his recent tweets.
The blast from one of Britain’s most disliked people in the media hasn’t gone down too well with critical-thinkers and those who would rather see more clinical proof the vaccines are safe.
Morgan is paid handsomely to push Covid propaganda and to create a divide. It’s no secret his technique is to spark debate and to lure arguments but taking a swipe at concerned citizens worrying about the health aspects of the rushed and so far untested vaccination (which is really gene therapy, let’s not kid ourselves here) by calling them anti-vaxxers and Covid deniers is typical and shows how low this man will go to increase his Twitter following.
Vox Post says:
Morgan is irrelevant, and his views offer nothing constructive or has anything substantial in the form of medical approval. His attempts are always weak, and not only is he a very rude broadcaster, but we also bet he and his family won’t be rolling their sleeves up. As thick as thieves as this man is, even he surely cannot be that stupid.