A pissed-off British man filmed as he laid into disgraced UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock for his role in forcing the country into a total lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the footage of the 61-year-old man following Hancock around the London Underground metro system, the individual asked the politician why he prohibited medicines like hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin during the pandemic.
Next, the man followed Hancock onto the Tube and told all the passengers aboard “This is Matt Hancock the Midazolam Murderer, the murdering scumbag.”
When a metro worker asked the man to stop harassing Hancock, he shouted at the politician and asked about all the people he harassed by locking them down.
Hancock nervously told the man, “I don’t think this aggression is appropriate from you.”
Throughout the rest of the ride, the man continued to publicly chastise the politician by letting passengers know “he’s a fraud and a murderer.”
After cussing at Hancock and repeatedly calling him a “murderer,” the individual was arrested for “suspicion” of assaulting the politician.
Despite a current lack of evidence showing the man “assaulted” Hancock, several media outlets published headlines stating an attack did take place.
The Transport Police issued a statement about the incident, announcing, “A 61-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of common assault and a public order offence and remains in custody. Enquiries into the incident are ongoing.”
Hancock’s fellow globalist politician Justin Trudeau, the PM of Canada, was also publicly called out for his disastrous Covid policies this week.
Loads of angry Canadians shouted him down and called for him to resign as he walked the streets of Hamilton, Ontario.
Citizens around the globe are fed up with the pawns of the global elite as the Great Reset program ushers in an era of death and destruction.
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