Piers Morgan beat up Dominic Raab because he misunderstood a crucial lockout rule when he returned to his hosting duties at Good Morning Britain.
After taking some time for health reasons, the outspoken television host appears to have returned with rage and despair at the latest lockdown announcements.
Piers, who had a week off showing coronavirus symptoms but tested negative for the virus, wasn’t shy about showing his anger at Boris Johnson’s “confusing” new lockout rules for England.
At a nationwide pace, the Prime Minister addressed the country on Sunday evening with changed restrictions and a new slogan “stay vigilant”.
Piers, however, was angry about the new changes and told viewers how he believes they could “put lives in danger”.
Watch the video above to see Piers’ chatter in full
While he was talking about an interview the BBC had with Dominic Raab this morning, Piers was visibly the most seething about an update the Secretary of State gave about people visiting their parents.
As long as people kept the two-meter rule, the British could see their parents at the same time – it said.
However, this has now been resolved by the government, which said that you can only see one parent at a time.
Speaking to Mr. Raab, Mishal Husain of the BBC said: “From Wednesday you can meet someone from outside your household.
“Does that mean you can’t meet two relatives at the same time, for example parents?”
Mr. Raab replied: “What we are saying is that from Wednesday onwards people can go outside in parks together from other people from their own home.
“For example, if you can go to the park and stay two meters apart, you could meet another member of your own household.”
Piers continued to scold the foreign minister for his wrong advice and beat up the ministers for not appearing on GMB.
“When Dominic Raab initially said you could see a parent,” he said. “Then in the Today program he updated it to both parents at a distance of two meters, the government has now made it clear – you can’t. You can only see one.
“He was on the air this morning, not GMB because I would have asked him the follow-up question that would have given us the answers, but no, he had no time for us.
“Now the government has to apologize and make it clear that Dominic Raab, who has just told tens of millions of people that they can go to their parents at the same time, does not appear to be a shame.”
He had previously mocked high-ranking Tory MP Andrew Bridgen, who also misunderstood the guidelines, and suggested that it was okay for Piers to see his two sons two meters away.
“What you just said is completely against the new rules,” he said.
Elsewhere, Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s first minister, made it clear in an interview that the new rules only apply in England.
Ms. Sturgeon said that if you live in Scotland you must abide by the Scottish government rules and those in England should listen to Mr. Johnson.
Piers continued to scold Susanna Reid after the interview ended.
“Now Dominic Raab tells us that millions of people can visit their parents. It will be total chaos, ”he said.
Susanna pointed out that many people are desperate to see their families.
Piers added, “This is beautiful unless you kill her. I’m sorry, but the first Scottish minister believes that this would actually endanger life.
“What an absolute farce. Dangerous farce. “
He then mocked the message “Stay alert” even more that it only applies in England and not in Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.
“We have to stay vigilant what the hell you are talking about Boris because you change every three minutes,” he added.
“Why don’t you sort yourself and bring the alarm to your own number 10 office? Because this news is dangerous.”