Jacqui Lambie, Who Has Chosen Violence This Week, Just Called ScoMo The Worst PM Ever
Independent Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie has sensationally slammed Scott Morrison as the worst Prime Minister on record in a scathing speech.
Independent Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie is continuing her week of roasts, this time unleashing hell on Prime Minister Scott Morrison — who she claims is the worst PM in history.
Just a day after slamming Pauline Hanson’s vaccine discrimination bill, Lambie slammed Morrison’s “incompetence” and expressed her excitement for the possibility of the Coalition losing the next election.
“You are finished in the next election. You’re gone,” Lambie said on Tuesday. “You’re finished in Tasmania. I reckon your two seats are gone. They’re completely gone.
“And I look forward to doing that. I look forward to running my own candidates in those seats, and passing those preferences where they deserve to go — not to political liars.”
She then went so far as to call Morrison the worst Prime Minister on record. “(The Coalition) have gone from one prime minister to another and this is the worst one on record,” she said. “He’s incompetent. He’s not a leader and I’m enjoying watching him and you fall apart.”
Specifically, she slammed the fact that it has been years since the government promised it would implement a federal Independent Commission Against Corruption, calling it “shameful.”
“It’s been 1076 days the PM stood up and told the country they’d get an integrity commission in this term of parliament,” she said. “He told us that he was committed to getting it done – another lie.”
The speech comes after Lambie called out One Nation’s vaccine discrimination bill in a powerful speech that has quickly become meme fodder on TikTok, thus solidifying her position as one of 2021’s most unexpected political heroes.
“If you want to champion against discrimination, you don’t want One Nation,” she said on Monday. Ultimately, the vaccine discrimination bill was shut down in the Senate after only five Senators — including Matt Canavan — backed it.