Jacinta Nampijinpa Price has actually proclaimed that she has “understood all along” that Anthony Albanese’s Voice to Parliament is”a con job”
The darkness priest for Indigenous Australians pounded the Prime Minister, implicating him of “using emotional blackmail” to get Australians to vote Yes to a constitutional change that will “damage our democracy.”
“This is a con job. Australians have been taken for a ride. The Prime Minister has been banking on gaslighting Australians,” Ms Price told Sky News Australia’s Sharri Markson on Wednesday.
“He’s using emotional blackmail to get Australians to vote Yes to something that he doesn’t even know what it is.
“This is an exercise about a transfer of power about the opportunity to damage our democracy by making a huge change to our constitution for the benefit of a handful of people.”
The Senator for the Northern Territory stated it’s”absolutely incredible” that Mr Albanese confessed on Tuesday that he hasn’t in fact check out past the cover web page of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
“It’s absolutely incredible isn’t it Sharri. I mean you couldn’t make this stuff up,” Ms Price stated regarding Mr Albanese’s admission to 3AW’s Neil Mitchell.
“If the Prime Minister had actually done what he’s supposed to do and read the fine print and understand what the proposal is, then he might have a slight clue as to what it is that he’s trying to argue for in terms of making a huge change to our constitution.
“A constitution that belongs to every single Australian and it affects the lives of every single one of us. He couldn’t even bring himself to do that.”
Sky News Australia’s Peta Credlin stated the truth that Mr Albanese wants to “sign us up to something” he confesses he “hasn’t even bothered to read” is “insanity.”
“This is the constitutional equivalent of giving a whole lot of Indigenous activists a blank cheque – and he admits it,” Credlin stated on Tuesday.
“This is a politician who says he’s supported the Uluru push from day one, yet he admits that he’s failed to even flick through the very material that the Uluru authors say everyone must read.”
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