AIBU to not understand the outrage over the government’s so-called Christmas party?
OneRuleForThem · 07/12/2021 22:33
I feel like this is only an issue if people automatically followed guidelines like robots. We were “told” not to visit our own families over Christmas. Nobody tells me whether I can or can not visit my own family, so I did, and had a lovely and nice normal Christmas last year.
It seems people are up in arms over the fact that Downing Street allegedly (do I have to say allegedly?) had a Christmas party and flounced the “rules” without social distancing. My only reaction is…And? And so? So what? Did anyone expect the government NOT to do something like this? I don’t know why people are up in arms over it tbh. It’s not like this government is brand new to people and they didn’t have prior information that this government backtrack and “do as I say not as i do” ALL THE TIME.
I really don’t get why people are so outraged by this. My main reaction is…why did you listen to them in the first place expecting them to be some kind of moral leaders? AIBU?
Am I being unreasonable?AIBU
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Sally872 · 07/12/2021 22:38
I am not surprised but I am still angry about it.
HardbackWriter · 07/12/2021 22:37
It was the law, not just government advice.
RedHelenB · 07/12/2021 22:35
Yes it's no surprise that they ve flouted the rules again but if we'd all have done that many more would have died of Covid and our hcps would have had an even harder time.
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