Fresh from a blistering Dáil speech against the latest restrictions, Independent Clare TD Michael McNamara (top), who recently chaired the joint Oireachtas Covid-19 response committee, takes to the stool of doom to answer YOUR questions about the rona, Level 5 and his much-envied barnet.
The committee’s final report was published last week and recommendations included quicker tracking and tracing and a ‘stronger regulatory framework’ for nursing home residents, those in Direct Provision and people working in meat plants.
Deputy McNamara warned last night that further restrictions may be viewed by the public as ‘further punishment’ and even as ‘an act of tyranny’.
Please leave a question(s) for Michael McNamara TD on Covid issues or any other matter (yes, even about his celebrated, tousled hair) below and we will ask him them, via the medium of ‘telly’.
American investigative sports journalist irvin Muchnick (top right), on the trail of former Irish Olympic swimming coach and child rapist George Gibney (top left) since 2015, answers your questions (submitted earlier) on the case and and the podcast that has brought world-wide attention to Gibney’s crimes.
“Science died in 2020 replaced by draconian, Medieval absurdity’.
Tomorrow morning, Covid critic Ivor Cummins BE(Chem) CEng MIEI PMP takes to the piping ‘hot stool’ to answer YOUR questions via the medium of ‘telly’
Ivor aka The Fat Emperor online, on Twitter with 83,000 followers and on YouTube (60,000 subscribers), describes his career specialty as leading ‘large worldwide teams in complex problem-solving activities’, Since 2012 has been ‘intensively researching the root causes of modern chronic disease’.
The Dublin-based dad of five’s 2018 book “Eat Rich, Live Long” (co-authored with preventative medicine expert Jeffry Gerber MD, FAAFP), is a bestseller.
Leave a question below for Ivor on the rona issue or any other issue, even his amusing name, and we will ask him.
Independent Kerry TD Michael Healy-Rae will be taking YOUR questions via the medium of ‘telly’.
The youngest son of Jackie Healy-Rae and brother of Danny Healy-Rae, he was first elected to the Dáil in 2011. Most recently He has been at the forefront of a campaign to ‘save Irish pubs’ against Covid-19 restrictions.
Please leave any questions for Deputy Healy-Rae (before 9pm) on this or any other issue and we will ask him.
Under formal investigation by the Medical Council for speaking out about Covid-19 restrictions and the nursing home scandal, family GP Dr Marcus De Brun (top) takes to the piping ‘hot stool’ to consider YOUR questions.