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Queensland leader Annastacia Palaszczuk has doubled down on her criticisms of the Federal Government’s spicy cough jab rollout, telling reporters in Brisbane today that Scott Morrison couldn’t organise a jab in a Goodna sports garden.
“Which if you’re not from here, is a pretty bloody easy thing to do,” Palaszczuk added.
“Honestly to Betsy, where is this bloody jab? One day we get a few thousand, the next it’s ten thousand. Then bloody nothing for a whole week,”
“What is this propeller head doing? Queenslanders want to be [redacted by legal] against the Melbourne Mumps. The Sydney Sneeze. Whatever you call it, we don’t bloody want it up here.”
Unfortunately, Palaszczuk’s comments came just minutes after Scott Morrison’s bi-weekly press conference where he distances himself from everything he said the week before.
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More to come.