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Do you think Scott Morrison is a bully towards the Qld Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk about border closures but not against the Premiers of SA, TAS, NT or WA?

By Lily . Created on 12 Sep, 2020
QLD, SA, TAS, NT & WA all have border closures requiring people to obtain an exemption to enter, but it seems that the Prime Minister is only making a political point out of QLD as there is an election on the 31st of October. To make it worse the PM went on 2GB Ray Hadley to shame the Qld Premier for an exemption not being given when the women had seen her father twice before he had passed away, which he neglected to tell on-air. The home affairs minister has criticised the Queensland Premier over Tom Hanks’ return, despite the state obtaining federal approval. Peter Dutton's Border Force approved for Tom Hanks and 11 family members, cast & crew to enter Australia, then he accused the Queensland government of rolling out the red carpet for the Hollywood star.
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dorford said 4 days ago
The Qld Premier knows exactly what she's doing, and it all has to do with the election. She will continue to manipulate things in her favour and spend rediculous amounts of money to do so.
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Carlodig said 4 days ago
Yes he’s whole attitude towards the Queensland politician is always condescending due to her being on the opposite side of his type of politics.
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Peter said 5 days ago
Yes of course he is. Same goes for Victoria also where again an election is looming soon.
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Peter Robin said 6 days ago
Scott is for all Australians - we are a nation.
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Mary said 6 days ago
No!!!
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David said a week ago
Power's gone to her head. Destroying Qld finances and tourism.
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Tara said a week ago
I would like to give my honest opinion, but am afraid to get arrested. Queenslanders do not appear to have freedom of speech anymore seeing all the media coverage on what happens to people who exercise their rights to express their honest opinions.
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Linda said a week ago
WE have freedom of speech. However, the foolish people who want to go about in large numbers is not acceptable in these times due to the few who thought it was OK to flaunt the rules and bought the virus to our state once again.
I applaud her and we can go for walks, visit, etc. but there are restrictions put in place which are common sense approaches.
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Linda said a week ago
Yes of course he is. Same goes for Victoria also where again an election is looming soon.
I had good thoughts of him at first but now he is playing at politics he has lost me once again.
He edits everything to make her sound like she is doing really bad things. ...
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Mrs said a week ago
Closing aged care facilities was a very good move as is the wearing of masks.