Jeremy Clarkson forced to clarify Covid comments after controversy

“I know the Guardian and other silly left wing papers are sh*t stirring,” he wrote on Twitter in view of his 7.3 million followers.

“But what I said was that ‘IF WE HAVE COVID FOR EVER’ we are just going to have to open stuff up and accept that if we die, we die.”

It comes after he gave his opinions on the government and SAGE’s decisions to reinforce lockdown at various points of the pandemic over the past year and a half.

The star of Clarkson’s Farm said that the public should “go through life with our fingers crossed” instead of facing going back into lockdowns if advised by The Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies, who have been helping the government draft their policies during the pandemic.


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