All The Best Twitter Reactions To A Bunch Of Politicians Getting Booted From Parliament
Yep, even Netflix is in on the roast.
Man, nothing says Friday arvo like a bunch of politicians getting booted from Parliament!
As is sacred tradition every time Australian politicians do something stupid (most days), the people have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts, feelings and memes. Given that two of the politicians we’re farewelling today are Australia’s least faves Barnaby Joyce and Malcolm Roberts, most of those thoughts/feelings/memes can be pretty simply summed up as “fucking stoked”.
Here are all the best reactions we’ve seen to the news this arvo. For your viewing pleasure, we’ve organised them into Malcolm Roberts Roasts and Barnaby Joyce Roasts.
Show Me The Spiciest Malcolm Roberts Roasts
Well I guess Malcolm Roberts’ …
climate changed ?
— Rick Morton (@SquigglyRick) October 27, 2017
narrator: it was not the end of the story pic.twitter.com/nR0Vr5iwWi
— Lane Sainty (@lanesainty) October 27, 2017
Malcolm Roberts compared himself in his maiden speech to Socrates.
Socrates' foray into public life didn't end well either.
— Patrick Stokes (@patstokes) October 27, 2017
Farewell Malcolm Roberts – he flew too close to the sun (mostly because he didn’t believe in global warming). pic.twitter.com/ntcj30NZFP
— Sam Dastyari (@samdastyari) October 27, 2017
— Lᴏʀᴅ Wᴇɴᴛᴡᴏʀᴛʜ (@LordofWentworth) October 27, 2017
High Court rules that Malcolm Roberts is indeed a citizen of the Planet Zenolupo and can safely return home. pic.twitter.com/ULLrEBMLTa
— Mr Denmore (@MrDenmore) October 27, 2017
And lol, remember that time Roberts said he chooses to believe he was never British?
Roberts: I choose to believe that I am still a Senator #citizenship7
— Josh Bornstein (@JoshBBornstein) October 27, 2017
BREAKING – HIGH COURT RULES MALCOLM ROBERTS ELIGIBLE TO BECOME SKY NEWS COMMENTATOR
— John Johnsonson (@JohnJohnsonson) October 27, 2017
Shoutout to the High Court website for crashing right before the decision:
The high court has ruled regarding Malcolm Roberts. The decision, which was unanimous, is “500 – Internal Server Error”
— iPhone Docker host ? (@GordyPls) October 27, 2017
Now Show Me The Spiciest Barnaby Joyce Roasts
Technically this means that Pistol and Boo had the same right to be in Australia as Barnaby Joyce had to be in Parliament.
— Osman Faruqi (@oz_f) 27 October 2017
— michael halliday777 (@michaelhallida4) October 27, 2017
@Barnaby_Joyce Hey mate, hear you're going to have some time off. We'll send you some Nitflux.
— Netflix ANZ (@NetflixANZ) October 27, 2017
— Jessica (@_jessticulate) October 27, 2017
So much for star barrister Malcom Turnbull saying Barnaby Joyce was “qualified to sit in the House and the High Court will so hold" #auspol
— Troy Bramston (@TroyBramston) October 27, 2017
When High Court said Barnaby Joyce gone, there was a quiet "yesssssssss" in the spillover room from punters #citizenship7
— Alice Workman (@workmanalice) October 27, 2017
AND THERE WAS MUCH
— Mark Pesce ?️?YES (@mpesce) October 27, 2017
— Nic Holas (@nicheholas) October 27, 2017
When you're dead, but you hear the news about Barnaby Joyce and don't want to miss the party. pic.twitter.com/4oNTq3I9Sj
— wtf renaissance (@WtfRenaissance) October 27, 2017
Ah, Australia, where the Leader of the Opposition is definitely not above a petty retweet.
The shade. pic.twitter.com/RwiVUIuT2G
— Josh Taylor (@joshgnosis) October 27, 2017
And finally, here’s one for all you Hard Quiz fans out there (great show, please watch it).
Barnaby Joyce, you know what this means … pic.twitter.com/42xZp51uCc
— Tom Gleeson (@nonstoptom) October 27, 2017
Anyway, it’s great that we’ve entered an era in Australian politics where just the words “stable majority government” constitute an incredible joke. Good times.
Stable majority government. #auspol
— RossHartMP (@RossHartMP) October 27, 2017