A Good Morning Britain guest has said it’s ‘psychotic’ to control other people’s choices after co-host Adil Ray and TV presenter Nick Hewer admitted they’d ditch friends who decided not to get the Covid vaccine .
Commentator Dominique Samuels, 22, of York, suggested The Apprentice star’s decision to invite friends who don’t reek of “middle-class snobbery.”
The pair joined co-hosts Adil and Ranvir Singh to debate whether you should socialize with people who haven’t been vaccinated once everyone has had a chance to get their shots.
During the chaotic discussion, Nick, 77, from Northamptonshire, clashed with Dominique, who said the idea was “insane”, while disgusted by her “dramatic” comments.
Adil also hit back at Dominique for being “extreme” after she said it was “psychotic” deciding who to invite to events based on their vaccination status.
A Good Morning Britain guest (pictured) has said it’s ‘psychotic’ to control other people’s choices after co-host Adil Ray and TV presenter Nick Hewer admitted they’d ditch friends who decided not to get a Covid vaccine to have
Commentator Dominique Samuels (pictured left), 22, from York, suggested The Apprentice star’s decision (pictured right) to invite friends who don’t reek of ‘middle-class snobbery’
During the show, former Countdown host Nick confessed that he had considered not inviting a friend to dinner for fear she hadn’t been vaccinated.
“We’re all of a certain age, I’ve certainly had both of mine, and the others who came had it all, but there was one person I had my doubts about, a good friend of ours,” he recalls. . .
“We checked because if she hadn’t had her vaccinations I would have politely asked her if we would see you another time, but we have a responsibility not only to ourselves but also to our other guests, but unfortunately we are I wouldn’t have invited you, and I’m sure she would have agreed.
“But coincidentally we were wrong and she had had her vaccinations,” he revealed.
Dominique labeled the decision “middle-class snobbery” during the heated showdown on ITV’s programme.
The pair joined co-hosts Adil and Ranvir Singh to debate whether you should socialize with people who haven’t been vaccinated once everyone has had a chance to get their shots
She said, ‘I just think it smells like middle-class snobbery. “I’m having a dinner party, but I won’t invite unvaccinated people.”
“I think most people will be concerned about getting their business and their sanity back from the depths of hell. Not if they’re going to separate someone from dinner.’
However, Nick was disappointed with her “dramatic” comments and urged viewers to unite against the “common enemy” coronavirus.
He said, “Everyone is pretty dramatic about ruining friendships. We are all sensible, we need general care.
“During the war, everyone came together to face a common enemy. We are on the brink of a third wave.
During the chaotic discussion, Nick, 77, based in Northamptonshire, clashed with Dominique (pictured), who said the idea was ‘insane’, while he became furious at her ‘dramatic’ comments
“Just be persuaded to do the right thing for the common good. Think of the others, not just your own precious human rights,” he said, before adding sarcastically, “I wish I was young, because the young know absolutely everything.”
Dominique also collided with Adil. While the co-host challenged Dominique about her stance, she accused him of being “psychotic.”
“You have to be very open and honest in those situations, don’t you?” Adil asked, proposing that he put his vaccinated friends first, too.
But Dominique insisted: “No, I just think you don’t have to be psychotic and you don’t have to treat people differently when it comes to their life choices.”
Adil snapped back, “Dominique, I’m sorry. Dominique, I’m sorry. You cannot be extreme in this. Nothing I’ve said is psychotic. What the hell is psychotic about caring for people around you?’
“It’s controlling, it’s psychotic, it’s benevolent,” she replied. “It’s not caring. Some people may not want to be vaccinated, some people may want to rely on their immune system. It’s not caring. It’s not caring. It’s controlling.’