Thursday 7th of July 2022

modesty obliges…. AWOL during the bushfires and not holding a hose….

bulldozerbulldozerPM says his 'bulldozer' approach has served Australia well with COVID

 

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has used his description of himself as a “bulldozer” to defend his record on COVID, saying it served Australia well – despite the country’s pandemic death rate edging closer to 8000. InDaily’s Stephanie Richards reports from the election campaign trail.

 

Campaigning in the marginal Labor-held electorate of Corangamite in regional Victoria on Wednesday, Morrison faced a barrage of questions about Australia’s spiralling COVID death toll and infection rate.

Australia reported 28,794 cases of COVID-19 and 37 deaths on Wednesday, from NSW, Victoria and Tasmania and the ACT. South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory are still to report their latest statistics.

 

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https://indaily.com.au/news/2022/05/18/pm-says-his-bulldozer-approach-has-served-australia-well-with-covid/

 

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bullshit mea culpa is cheap...

 

The Prime Minister has acknowledged his infamous justification "I don't hold a hose, mate" for taking a holiday while fires burned across large parts of Australia "wasn't helpful," as he continues to lean into a late attempt to recast his character ahead of Saturday's poll. 

Key points:
  • Scott Morrison spoke to Tracey Grimshaw on Channel Nine's A Current Affair
  • Mr Morrison acknowledged he could have been "more sensitive at times"
  • Ms Grimshaw asked Mr Morrison whether he had "over-egged" his claim that he had saved the country
 

The end of the second-last week of the election campaign saw Scott Morrison declare "Australians know I can be a bit of a bulldozer" in a major rebrand promising to change his style of leadership if he remains in power.

Appearing on Channel Nine's A Current Affair, Mr Morrison was grilled over the comments by host Tracy Grimshaw, who kicked off the interview with: "How long have you known that you are a bulldozer?" 

"I've been like that for some time," he replied.

He was then asked if he regretted saying "I don't hold a hose, mate" after taking a holiday in 2019 while the Black Summer bushfires raged across the country — a question which prompted a rare concession from Mr Morrison. 

 

Read more:

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-05-17/scott-morrison-questioned-over-record-on-a-current-affair/101075364

 

ScoMo is a great turd self-polisher.....

 

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