Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt's been at it again, using his naturally weird, skin-crawling ways to convince us that he's either a terrible human being - or not a human at all.
Don't believe us? Here are nine times he spectacularly malfunctioned.
On Sky News this morning, Holmes slammed Hunt over yet another junior doctors strike. Hunt, who mostly stared back in that blinky, inhuman way he does, attempted to praise the doctors for their work. "Then why don't you pay them?" fired back Holmes. Sounds fair enough.
Otherwise known as the "greatest bollocking in the history of British politics".
The Health Secretary initially proposed plans in July 2015 and claimed the "Monday to Friday" working culture was causing up to 6,000 to die each year.
Book an appointment to see Mr Hunt on Friday or not at all.
During a hospital visit to defend his seven-day working plans he tweeted a pic that contained patient info on a board in the background. Even some hasty photo editing couldn't erase the memory of this incredible cock-up. And he didn't even have the decency to go in on a Saturday.
Hunt came out in support on International Nurses Day, overlooking the fact some nurses had seen a 15% pay cut since 2010 AND he'd also revealed plans to stop student nurse bursaries. How forgetful.
Good god man, does your cack-handed evildoing know no bounds? What a bell end.
Speaking ahead of the 2012 Tory party conference, he said it was his personal view that the legal time should be reduced from 24 to 12 weeks. Cure an absolute drubbing from members of all parties, including his own.
Because sometimes it's the only way to get a politician to listen.