Nothing I said is psychotic! Adil Ray loses it at GMB guest Whats wrong with caring?

Adil Ray clashes with GMB guest who called views ‘psychotic’

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During Tuesday’s Good Morning Britain, ITV hosts Adil Ray and Ranvir Singh spoke with guests Nick Hewer and Dominique Samuels over whether they would let someone into their houses if they hadn’t had the COVID-19 vaccine. Nick explained he wouldn’t allow someone into his house who chose not to have the vaccination over fears of contracting the virus. However, Dominique had a completely conflicting opinion and she soon clashed with host Adil over their differences.

“I just think it reeks of middle-class snobbery,” Dominique told Nick. “I’m having a dinner party, but I won’t invite the unvaccinated.

“I think most people will be worried about clawing their businesses and mental health back from the depths of hell.

“Not whether they’re going to segregate someone else from a dinner party.

“And look, there are various why one might not get the vaccine but none the less you are protected from serious or death.”

 

“Does the vaccine work or not?” she quizzed. “Does the system work or not?

“It’s reflective of a worrying trend in our society where people feel that they have the right to dictate over people’s personal choices.”

As Adil challenged Dominique on her point of view, she went on to accuse the host of being psychotic.

“I just think you don’t need to be psychotic and try and control other people’s life choices,” she hit back.

As Dominique tried to continue with what she was saying, Adil shouted over her to grab her attention.

“Dominique, Dominique, I’m sorry but you can’t just be extreme,” he raged.

“Nothing I have said there is psychotic, what have I said that is psychotic?”

He shouted: “What on earth is psychotic about caring for people around you? How does that make me psychotic?”

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“It’s not caring, it’s benevolent,” Dominique hit back. “It’s psychotic and it’s controlling.

“Some people may not want the vaccine, some people…,” she continued as Adil interrupted again: “It’s not controlling.”

She protested: “It’s not caring, it’s controlling.”

The debate certainly sparked reaction from viewers, with many taking to social media to share their own thoughts.

 

 

One confused viewer penned: “Seriously, what’s this weirdness with not wanting people to know if you’ve been vaccinated? Do people act this way about any other vaccine? It’s so weird.”

Another said: “What a ridiculous debate. People have the right to decide who they do/don’t spend time with whether that’s because of vaccine or any other reason. If friendships are fractured by not being invited to a dinner party, then they can’t have been very good friends to start with.” (sic)

Agreeing with Dominique, a third said: “I totally agree with her. I am pro-vax but I do not think we should be judged and segregated if we don’t want the vaccine. It’s another way to spread hate amongst humans. The media shouldn’t be doing this.” (sic)

“It’s your choice to have who you want at your party. Nothing to do with controlling or making choices for other people. You are not psychotic just protecting yourself,” a fourth wrote.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.

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