The Disenchantment Has Set In
The Prime Minister is on the ropes and seen as out of touch, incompetent, and untrustworthy. When the crowd turns on you, it's hard to win them back.
I didn't watch any of the Australian Open tennis.
The sport has never really appealed to me, plus I find myself increasingly tuning out of the woke bread and circus outfits, trying to push their version of 'social justice' from the sporting pulpit.
But I woke to the news that the Prime Minister was booed loudly when introduced during the men's final.
Here's the footage.
The crowd response triggered the ever-volatile Senator from Tasmania, Jacqui Lambie who lashed out at the 'rich' attendees. She asked:
“Where are our values? Honestly, what are they booing him for?”
Now Lambie isn't the sharpest of Senators and it would be hypocritical of her to be criticising boorish behaviour so she's jumped to her own conclusions, telling Channel Nine:
“Because well, we’ve got a heap of rich people over there watching the tennis finals and they’ve had a bit of their tax taken off them to pay it forward, to give to those who are less fortunate. For God’s sake, I don’t have a problem with that.
They just don’t like him. They want the Liberals in … I’m not sure it’s any better. The grass isn’t any greener on the other side to be honest with you at this point.”
What she seems to have overlooked is that rich or poor, Australian's don't like being lied to by their politicians.