EXCLUSIVE: ‘When will we stop “went to Eton” as a qualification for running the country?Ricky Gervais criticizes the Covid-breaking Tories’ behavior as “Charlie Sheen” while mourners were not able to attend their funerals

  • Ricky Gervais likened Prime Minister Boris Johnson to Charlie Sheen. 
  • After Life Star, 60, declared that the government’s failure to adhere to its own rules during the pandemic was ‘the most horrible thing’. 
  • In an X-rated rant, Ricky said: ‘I mean really f***ing rubbing salt in the wound. I don’t get political but they’re all s***’ 
  • Former Golden Globes host, the former Golden Globes host, believes that the next pandemic will be related to rising mental health problems in society, particularly among youth. 
  • Boris, as well as former Health Secretary Matt Hancock and ex-Chief Adviser Dominic Cummings, were pictured enjoying a garden party in an unearthed photo from May 2020 when No10 had issued strict rules against socialising










Ricky Gervais slammed the Covid-breaking Tories’ for being ‘Charlie Sheen’ and refusing to allow people to visit their loved ones or attend funerals during lockdown.

After Life’s star 60-year-old, Boris Johnson, made a comparison to Johnson and his party with the ex-Hollywood hellraiser, while also questioning their ability to lead the country.

Ricky declared that inability of government officials to adhere to the rules during pandemic was the ‘worst thing’ he has seen.

'Rubbing salt in the wound': Ricky Gervais has slammed Covid rule-breaking Tories for acting like 'Charlie Sheen' while people were unable to attend funerals or visit loved ones in hospital during lockdown

Ricky Gervais: Ricky Gervais slammed the Covid-breaking Tories who acted like Charlie Sheen while locked down people could not attend funerals and visit their loved ones in hospitals.

Ricky asked in an X-rated rant if he knew the worst thing. Other than the death toll and devastation, the stress on the health system and loss of livelihoods, there is also the threat of a pandemic.

‘The worst thing is the f***ing c**** in charge do what they want.

‘I see all these people saying all the parties they were having and people saying that was the day I couldn’t see my mum in hospital, or I couldn’t go to my dad’s funeral because the posh, privileged people in charge were acting like f***ing Charlie Sheen. I mean really f***ing rubbing salt in the wound. I don’t get political but they’re all s***.

“Was it time to cease using the qualification of “went to Eton” to lead this country? I mean f***ing hell. That’s why this is what I do. I have noticed that there’s lots of frustration and anger all around me, which I think is totally reasonable. 

'Annoyance': Ricky compared Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his government to the former Hollywood hellraiser while questioning whether they have the adequate credentials to run the country (pictured in December 2021)

‘Annoyance: Ricky made a comparison between Prime Minister Boris Johnson (pictured December 2021), and his government with the ex-Hollywood hellraiser, while also questioning their ability to manage the country. 

Ricky’s fury follows a photo that was discovered last week and showed Boris, his wife Carrie, baby, former Health Secretary Matt Hancock, ex-Chief Advisor Dominic Cummings and others enjoying a party in the garden. 

Boris, along with co, are seen drinking wine and eating cheese in this May 2020 image. No10 was strict about socialising.  

Another accusation was that Downing Street officials hosted a Christmas party despite the fact that social events are prohibited during this festive season.   

Ricky is certain that the UK’s government will be able to reverse the effects of the pandemic.

'I mean f***ing hell': Ricky, pictured hosting the Golden Globe Awards in 2020, stated the government's inability to stick to their own rules is 'the worst thing' he's witnessed during the pandemic

‘I mean f***ing hell’: Ricky, pictured hosting the Golden Globe Awards in 2020, stated the government’s inability to stick to their own rules is ‘the worst thing’ he’s witnessed during the pandemic

He believes that the next pandemic will involve the rising number of mental health concerns in society, and especially young people.

He said, “Misinformation, anger, but I think that the next pandemic would be anxiety, depression.”

It’s not easy for teenagers to lose their best years.

‘College – I didn’t go to college to study. Living at home for three years doing Zoom stuff is not what I consider a college experience.

“I don’t have any complaints, I am in a very privileged place, but it is causing a lot people to feel down.”

'Dogs give me joy': Ricky, who is releasing the next series of his global Netflix hit After Life on January 14, has credited his love of animals for getting him through the pandemic so far (pictured on the set of After Life in April)

Ricky: “Dogs bring me joy” Ricky is set to release the next installment of After Life, his international Netflix hit. He has also credited his love for animals with helping him get through this pandemic (pictured in April on After Life’s sets). 

Ricky will release the next installment of After Life, his international Netflix smash on January 14. He credits his passion for animals with getting him through this pandemic.

The Office star even claimed that his way of coping was to interact with dogs daily.

He said Monday that dogs saved me from this pandemic. If I had to live with them, it would have put me in serious trouble.

“I went for walks every day, and I am familiar with hundreds of dogs. You always get to meet some of your friends. That sets me up for the day. Dogs give me joy unabated.

‘Sitting at home, the ritual of being on the coach just me and Jane and the cat watching Netflix, creating stuff, having an idea that always excites me… and planning it, f***ing planning, planning’s out the window isn’t it.’

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