James O’Brien angrily lashed out at the record of the Tory politician for the disgraceful state the NHS is currently in.
The LBC host bashed the secretary of state for health – criticising him for the decline of the NHS since he took over its control.
He said: “Can you think of another job that you could actually stand up, having delivered the worst figures on record, on your watch, and somehow say something other than 'I resign' or 'mea culpa'.
“These are the things that make me fear conspiracies.
James O'Brien slammed Jeremy Hunt arguing that in any other job he would have been fired by now
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“That, you know, backroom deals chopping up the NHS. I'm beginning to think that it's actually almost incontrovertibly true.
“That there are people who look at the economics of a country, that have a lot of money and they find it repellent that some of that money ends up being spent on people other than them.”
In January the British Red Cross described overcrowding in the NHS as a “humanitarian crisis” after a record number of ambulance patients were turned away due to hospitals being too busy.
Hospitals across England have declared major alerts because of overcrowding and operations have been cancelled in some circumstances to save money.
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After calling for Mr Hunt to resign, the LBC presenter then laid into the idea of privatising the NHS.
He added: “Why on earth would they want to privatise the NHS? Why? Why? It's the finest creation this country has ever conceived – the National Health Service.
“You know we have kids dying of rickets, well not dying, kids suffering from rickets, dying of malnutrition, not that long ago, living memory.
“The National Health Service, a thing of absolute beauty, and it's crumbling on our watch.
“A lot of talk about doing things for our children and our grandchildren. We are watching the National Health Service dissolve. I believe, deliberately before our very eyes.”
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O’Brien finished by fuming about why the NHS issue is not being resolved and why people are not talking about it, before he took one final dig at the Brexit campaign.
He said: “What are we going to get cross about? You don't need me to tell you.
“This week, with regard to the health service, you're supposed to be cross about a Nigerian lady who's already buried two children and well, audaciously and unbelievably, has seen two surviving quadruplets placed in incubators at NHS expense.
“Oh man, that's awful. I haven't even mentioned the bus.”
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