Work Underway On Covid Website That Will Crash When Public Try To Use It
Micheál Martin says a government website allowing people to register for a Covid-19 vaccine will be available from the third week in April but that it will ‘almost certainly crash’ when the public try to use it.
“This is in keeping with best international practice for badly needed government websites, sure even the Obamacare website crashed and that lad’s as cute as any Cork hoor.”
If for any reason it does not crash, he added, no effort will be spared to put the blame on Health minister Stephen Donnelly.
“Whenever I do anything wrong, the meeja are after me, the way a dog goes after its own dick on a hot day, so he can have a taste of that for a change?”
Asked if he was advocating the health minister should lick a dog’s genitalia if the website fails, Martin said not to put anything like that in his mouth.