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Matt Hancock's affair??
So Matt is on a 'sticky wicket' and looks like he will fall on his own sword. The government couldn't really get rid of him due to his lying and uselessness but let's keep some dirt on him for the future or indeed it's been staged & he will retire on a nice pension. This picture in the papers was taken by CCTV months ago (allegedly) & only released now. The government knows full well if they got rid of him that would imply DC actually is telling the truth. That could potentially bring down Boris and his cronies. This is a Red Flag for sure.
When the media turn on Hancock you know the Cult has

HEALTH Secretary Matt Hancock has been having a secret affair with his closest aide, The Sun can reveal today.
He cheated on his wife with Gina Coladangelo, 43, who he hired last year with taxpayers’ money, as Covid gripped Britain.
Mr Hancock, 42, and millionaire lobbyist Gina were caught on camera in a steamy clinch at his Whitehall office.
Whistleblowers revealed the Health Secretary had been ­spotted cheating on his wife of 15 years with married Ms ­Coladangelo.
He was seen kissing her at the Department of Health’s London HQ during office hours last month as the mutant strain began spreading.
It comes as: 
[li]Matt Hancock’s secret affair with aide Gina Coladangelo is exposed[/li]
[li]Hancock’s wife Martha leaves home still wearing her wedding ring[/li]
[li]Shapps tries to defend Hancock over affair calling it a ‘red herring’[/li]
[li]Gina Coladangelo is married millionaire mum & Oliver Bonas PR chief [/li]
[li]Matt Hancock’s job hangs by a thread after latest scandal[/li]
[li]Piers Morgan blasts ‘hypocritical’ Matt Hancock for steamy affair[/li]
[li]Hancock mocked by Twitter for ‘if you’re a woman, swipe up’ post[/li]
[li]Who is Matt Hancock’s aide Gina Coladangelo?[/li]
A Whitehall whistleblower told The Sun it was “shocking that Mr Hancockwas having an affair in the middle of a pandemic with an adviser and friend he used public money to hire”.
Last night, a friend of the Health Secretary said: “He has no comment on personal matters. No rules have been broken.”

Read more: When the media turn on Hancock you know the Cult has
Fury as Johnson refuses to sack Hancock: PM says matter is ‘closed’ after Health Secretary apologises but only for ‘breaching social distancing guidance’ by kissing his married aide

Boris Johnson today refused to sack Matt Hancock having accepted an apology that neglected to mention the wife he cheated on after he was caught on CCTV passionately kissing his most senior aide against the door of his Whitehall office.
The Prime Minister’s official spokesman said Mr Johnson now ‘considered the matter closed’ and refused to answer questions on whether Mr Hancock broke the law or ministerial code as the Health Secretary admitted he had ‘let people down’ and said sorry for flouting social distancing rules.  Married Mr Hancock, 42, failed to deny claims of a secret long-term affair after extraordinary images revealed his passionate clinch with millionaire lobbyist Gina Coladangelo, 43, where he was filmed rubbing her back and bottom during their workplace embrace.
In an extraordinary statement he did not mention his wife of 15 years Martha, the mother of his three children, who was pictured looking heartbroken while walking the family dog near their north London home today, only saying he had ‘let people down’ and wanted ‘privacy for my family on this personal matter’.  As Mr Hancock fights for his political life, Labour and the Liberal Democrats branded him a ‘hypocrite’ who should be fired for kissing a lover and ignoring his own ‘hands, face and space’ mantra while telling the UK not to hug their loved-ones and not to have casual sex and stick to ‘established relationships’ to stop coronavirus spreading. 
But despite the sleaze scandal Mr Hancock still hopes to survive and said: ‘I accept that I breached the social distancing guidance in these circumstances. I have let people down and am very sorry. I remain focused on working to get the country out of this pandemic, and would be grateful for privacy for my family on this personal matter’. 
And backing him Boris Johnson’s spokesman told reporters: ‘You have seen the Health Secretary’s statement and so I would point you to that, I don’t really have anything further to add. He accepts that he has broken the social distancing guidelines. The Prime Minister has accepted the Health Secretary’s apology and considers the matter closed.’ He added ‘all the correct procedures were followed’ in hiring Gina Coladangelo, who is paid £15,000 for around 15 days work per year.

Read More: Fury as Boris refuses to sack cheating Matt Hancock
Inside the plot to expose Hancock: Friends talk of secret camera hidden by Chinese … or No10. In fact it was footage from his office CCTV and a whistleblower in his own department

The sting that brought down Matt Hancock was executed by a whistleblower in his department who contacted opponents of the Health Secretary’s stance on lockdown to help expose his affair, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
The footage of Mr Hancock kissing Gina Coladangelo was caught on a CCTV camera in his office on May 6, and secretly recorded by a member of his department’s staff.
After allowing a month to elapse, the whistleblower approached lockdown sceptics and asked them to help sell the incendiary footage to the media.
Throughout the pandemic, Mr Hancock has been a leading lockdown ‘dove’, arguing that the ultimate priority of government policy should be protecting the NHS against being overwhelmed. His critics have argued that the cost of the measures has been too high.
When the images detonated on The Sun’s front page on Friday, Mr Hancock’s allies speculated that he had been the victim of a ‘hit’ by No 10, or even a foreign power such as China. 

Read more: Inside the plot to expose Hancock: Friends talk of secret camera hidden by Chinese … or No10. In fact it was footage from his office CCTV and a whistleblower in his own department
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Or, let me rephrase that - if he is, it's not with an age-appropriate adult female. At the highest levels of politics such as he inhabits, people are controlled by their blackmailability, and a married man having a bit on the side at the office is simply not scandalous enough these days as material with which to control someone.

Lest we all forget, Hancock was exposed as having spent £50,000 of tax-payers' money on nine "takeaways" from a tiny and obscure East London restaurant, which had a password-protected secret menu, with "pizza" as the starring item. 

The 'office affair' story is clearly completely staged. I watched the "HandsFaceA*se" video, and it looks utterly theatrical and ridiculous - it is quite clear to me that they are acting. It is just far too cliched an interpretation of the 'secret office affair' to be real - rendezvousing in an empty workroom for a clandestine embrace (where there just so happens to be CCTV that they have both conveniently forgotten about). Wealthy, well-connected players like Hancock have discreet, out-of-town plush flats for that sort of thing, they don't need to sneak off for a snog in the stationary cupboard. 

Plus. if the health secretary really was having an affair in the middle of a national pandemic, the press would just be slapped with a D-notice and forbidden from reporting on it, it being paramount the public retain confidence in the government at such a crucial time, threat to national security, etc. etc. 

The reason Hancock's wife and the aide's husband seem so singularly unbothered about this episode, is because this has all been scripted and set up well in advance, and they're fully in the know and all for it - just like any supportive stage spouse would be. That in addition to the fact that, at that level, people don't get married because they love or even particularly like each other - it's all far more strategic and about money, power, connections, etc. - the "old-fashioned" reasons. 

So, why has Hancock faked an affair, you may ask? It's because we've moved into the next stage of the overlords' agenda, which is revealing all national governments and major institutions (such as the Monarchy) as fraudulent and corrupt to their core, so they can be swept aside with full public approval, in preparation for the one world government.

We will systematically see all the major players behind the plague pantomime be revealed as completely corrupt: as philanderers, charlatans, and liars. We've already seen the fall of Neil Fergusson and Dominic Cummings, now it's Matt Hancock's turn, and the others will follow like dominoes. Plus, we're going to see new facts uncovered about Princess Diana's death, too, which has suddenly hit the headlines again, where the Royals will be indicted and charged with murder, the final blow for that rapidly toppling house of cards (I note Prince William is just about the only Royal who hasn't been viciously smeared in the press lately, and it has been suggested in the past he is the overlords' choice for one-world government leader). 

Of course, the final push to get everyone in favour of a one-world government is an extreme external threat against which all the world's countries must unite to defeat, so cue fake holographic alien invasion.

It's going to be an interesting next few months...

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