Post Election Recap | Chaser Reunited!

Post Election Recap | Chaser Reunited!

The election is done, the results are in, and the democracy sausages are exiting the digestive track. To commentate on the outcomes The Chaser reunite. Charles and Dom are joined by Andrew, Chris, Craig, and Chas to scrutinise over the bloodbath on Saturday that was Charles Firth’s live election tweets. More recaps all week!



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Post Election Update With Riccardo Bosi

Post Election Update With Riccardo Bosi

Post Election Update With Riccardo Bosi

By Australia One Party 

 

Here’s what others had to say:

rumblestu82
100% correct. I beleive this fraudulent election was a sting operation. Expose the rats for everyone to see. We are in war folks WW3 is here whether you want to believe it or not. One by One the bad actors are exposing themselves foe the world to see. ThanQ Ric ThanQ Sarah and everyone in the A1 family.

YeahMate
I’m in communist VIC and less than a month away from my state injectable exemption expiring and being stood down as a teacher for the second time. The education system is full of woke garbage and it looks like it’s about to get worse under the communist Labor and Greens. On Tuesday I arrived to work to find out it was ‘IDAHOBIT Day’… There were staff and students everywhere wearing ridiculous badges and stickers. One of the badges was rainbow coloured and had the words “They/Them” written on it. It’s time to rise up Australia, these mandates and woke nonsense must stop and it’s going to take warriors to start standing up. Unfortunately though I’m preaching this in the wrong echochamber. Hopefully all of the slaves in this country wake the hell up fast..

Justmeforall
I did send a email to the NT A1 address but what happened yesterday at the Tennant Creek booths was scrutinised a scutineer that has done the same job for the last 3 federal elections at the same site and I do remember him hear last federal election,now this guy told me no less then 5 times if I filled out the senate forms with 1 marked above the line or only 6 below the line it would be classified as a informal vote , I tried to explain that he didn’t know the rules that he is duty bound to adhere to but still he would not have it and he even told me that the rules that I was referring to had changed in 2017 . I left and got my tablet and dialled up the AEC web site and bought up the scrutineers hand book and showed him that he was wrong and he informed me that he had never seen the hand book and only gets 3 hrs of intensive training two weeks before the election,I off course said mate you just told me that this in total is your fourth federal election in total, now honesty was not his forthcoming conversation from that point on as he basically glazed over and tried to give me a rehearsal speech , at the point I told him he was a full blown wanker.

Muffintop
Thanks Sara and Ric! So grateful for A1!! The future looks right for us!!

aec9ae
The Monkey Pox photo released by the U.S. of a person’s hand is identical to that of a Queensland government health pamphlet for Shingles !

JIMMYKAY
The words “ignorant apathetic bastards” should be boldly carved on Australia’s tombstone. The Anzac’s should have stayed home. Their sacrifices were in vain.

Outbackroad
They tried to hand me a pencil in Gilmore voting zone but I took my black ink pen with me, so did everyone else I know!
Also, I’ve been receiving voting propoganda in both my previous name and my new legally changed name via births, deaths and marriages so why am I still receiving information from the AEC in my previous legal name AND my new legal name?
How many times did THEY have me vote this year I wonder?

electroteque
AEC are corrupt, I’ve been tracking fraud the past few elections. And report problems live. Last election they blocked me on Facebook for reporting fraud. They were giving out incorrect information on the senate ballot to keep out independents this time.

AudraOnMission
Can we expect the masses to believe the facts for so long as they listen to and believe the lying, corrupted MSM? Reality is many of us have been sharing facts for the past few years and been dismissed and even abused for it … which is fine but in the end until the MSM is taken down it’s hard to see much changing.

PeteRobo63
Ardern, Biden, Trudeau, Macron, Marcos and now Albanese… the AEC is a criminal organisation.
They must be taken down.

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Comment by Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova on Australia’s and Other Western Countries’ Response to Foreign Policy Actions by the Solomon Islands

Comment by Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova on Australia’s and Other Western Countries’ Response to Foreign Policy Actions by the Solomon Islands

Comment by Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova on Australia’s and Other Western Countries’ Response to Foreign Policy Actions by the Solomon Islands

By LauraAboli

Comment by Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova on Australia’s and other Western countries’ response to foreign policy actions by the Solomon Islands

“We have noticed a sharp reaction, bordering on hysterics, by Australia’s ruling circles to the signing of a security cooperation agreement between the Solomon Islands and the PRC.

We should note on our part that the Australian authorities invariably deny Russia’s concerns over NATO’s unrestrained eastward expansion and military buildup on Russia’s borders.

Yet they categorically condemned the small island nation 1,500 kilometres off the Australian coast when it dared to challenge Canberra’s monopoly, appropriated for no reason, on the provision of security in the South Pacific subregion.

All of this highlights once again the double standards of Australia’s foreign policy and the fact that Australian politicians have a deep-rooted disdainful neo-colonial perception of the small nations of Oceania.”

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2:30 PM Today I’m Doing a Special McIntyre Report Live on the Election Results and Where to Now

2:30 PM Today I’m Doing a Special McIntyre Report Live on the Election Results and Where to Now

2:30 PM Today I’m Doing a Special McIntyre Report Live on the Election Results and Where to Now

By Jamie McIntyre

 

2:30 pm today I’m doing a special McIntyre Report live on the Election Results and where to now .
Live on Australian National Review tv www.anrnews.com or other independent media sites
Or watch on Truthbook.social

Will be replayed over the next 24 hours if you miss it

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Multi-Millionaire Puppetmaster of Climate Independents Issues a Very Salty ‘Apology’ to a Female Liberal Senator Who He Confronted in Public As She Begged: ‘Leave Me Alone’

Multi-Millionaire Puppetmaster of Climate Independents Issues a Very Salty ‘Apology’ to a Female Liberal Senator Who He Confronted in Public As She Begged: ‘Leave Me Alone’

Multi-Millionaire Puppetmaster of Climate Independents Issues a Very Salty ‘Apology’ to a Female Liberal Senator Who He Confronted in Public As She Begged: ‘Leave Me Alone’

By Padraig Collins

– Multimillionaire Simon Holmes a Court issues apology to Jane Hume
– It came after the Liberal senator repeatedly asked him to leave her alone
– Holmes a Court is financing independents against Liberals
– The financier later admitted the public polling booth was not the right ‘forum’

A multimillionaire who is financing the so-called ‘teal independents’ has taken a backhanded swipe at a Liberal frontbencher – even as he apologised for their fiery stoush at a polling booth.

Senator Jane Hume was canvassing with Treasurer Josh Frydenberg in his central Melbourne seat of Kooyong on Wednesday when they were approached by Simon Homes a Court.

Mr Holmes a Court has been fiercely supporting independent Monique Ryan, who is battling Mr Frydenberg for his safe Liberal seat.

In the confronting video, filmed by the treasurer, bewildered voters watched on as Mr Holmes a Court and Ms Hume clashed outside the Hawthorn polling spot.

‘Just leave me alone, Simon. Please leave me alone,’ Ms Hume said.

Mr Holmes a Court has since apologised for the confrontation, admitting he should not have aired their private matters in public.

‘Senator Hume has repeatedly used her position to spread lies and misinformation about me for several years,’ he said in a statement on Friday morning.

‘Despite ­remaining calm throughout the conversation, it is clear that a public space was not the forum to ask her to retract her lies, and for that, I apologise to Senator Hume.’

Liberal senator Jane Hume (right) is pictured telling multimillionaire Simon Holmes a Court (left) she doesn't want to talk to him as he is 'suing' her
Liberal senator Jane Hume (right) is pictured telling multimillionaire Simon Holmes a Court (left) she doesn’t want to talk to him as he is ‘suing’ her

In the confrontation, Mr Holmes a Court disputed Ms Hume’s claim she was being sued for defamation.

Ms Hume, who looked stressed by the encounter, said again, ‘Simon, you are suing me for defamation. Please leave me alone.

‘This may have legal implications. Please leave me alone, Simon.

‘You are the son of Australia’s first billionaire, you are suing me for defamation. Please leave me alone, leave me alone,’ she said.

Mr Holmes a Court then turned his attention to Mr Frydenberg, who was filming it all.

‘Josh, how’re you doing,’ he said to the Treasurer.

‘I agree with everything she says,’ Mr Frydenberg replied.

‘You agree with her lies?’ Mr Holmes a Court then asked.

‘Would you like to repeat her lies?’

After a few seconds of just standing there, with nothing said by either side, Mr Holmes a Court then said ‘Good on you mate.’

A male bystander is then heard saying ‘Why don’t you leave her alone and stop annoying everyone?’

Multimillionaire Simon Holmes a Court (pictured) stands directly in front of Treasurer Josh Frydenberg, who is filming him
Multimillionaire Simon Holmes a Court (pictured) stands directly in front of Treasurer Josh Frydenberg, who is filming him

Mr Holmes a Court then again turns his attention to Ms Hume, who is the Minister for Superannuation, Financial Services and the Digital Economy.

Ms Hume then again expresses her concern that even talking to Mr Holmes a Court could have ‘legal implications’ – before the video ends.

The clash with Ms Hume and Mr Frydenberg followed a controversial tweet on Wednesday where Mr Holmes a Court described the former Liberal prime minister John Howard as ‘the angel of death’.

Mr Howard condemned the social media post as ‘beneath contempt’.

Mr Holmes a Court denied last night that his ‘Angel of Death’ remark was a reference to the nickname given to Josef Mengele, who performed deadly experiments on prisoners at the Auschwitz concentration camp during World War II – as several commentators had made out.

Mr Holmes a Court said he is part Jewish and his tweet was misunderstood and taken out of context.

‘The quote refers solely to a Liberal’s description of Howard’ from a recent newspaper article, he said. The newspaper article had noted Mr Howard was visiting seats where the Coalition is on the nose.

Liberal senator Jane Hume (right) is pictured holding her hand up to multimillionaire Simon Holmes a Court (left) to indicate, yet again, that she doesn't want to talk to him
Liberal senator Jane Hume (right) is pictured holding her hand up to multimillionaire Simon Holmes a Court (left) to indicate, yet again, that she doesn’t want to talk to him

Mr Holmes a Court, a son of Australia’s first billionaire, Robert Holmes a Court, has been trying to influence Saturday’s federal election by funding so-called teal  independent candidates to oust Liberal MPs, several of them in wealthy, inner-city seats.

The clean energy investor set up a fundraising body called Climate 200 to raise huge sums for pro-climate candidates. Before the 2019 Federal election it raised $500,000 but this time around Mr Holmes a Court sought to raise $20million with the aim of getting three more independents into the federal parliament.

The organisation said it needs the massive sum to counter the huge amounts of money donated to political parties by billionaire Clive Palmer and fossil fuel companies. ‘

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UPDATE ON THE SENATE STATE BY STATE

UPDATE ON THE SENATE STATE BY STATE

UPDATE ON THE SENATE STATE BY STATE All 6 states are still in play for the freedom parties to get the final senate spot depending on how the preferences flow.You can follow the senate vote count here

39.8% counted, updated 

6 of 40 seats remain in doubt.

40 of the 76 Senate seats are being decided at this election. The chart below shows the seats that are not up for election, under the “Continuing” column, along with those each party has won and is likely to win, according to the ABC elections computer.

Senate Facts

  • 40 of 76 seats are facing election. Seats not up for election are continuing.
  • 39 seats needed to form majority.
  • The Senate is made up of 76 senators. 12 from each of the six states two each for the territories.
  • There is a total of 421 nominated candidates running for the Senate.

 

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Now Pauline Hanson is in election trouble and may LOSE her Queensland Senate seat – and the GREENS may win it in the ultimate insult

Now Pauline Hanson is in election trouble and may LOSE her Queensland Senate seat – and the GREENS may win it in the ultimate insult

By TESS IKONOMOU FOR AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS

Voters have turned their backs on One Nation founder Pauline Hanson, who could lose her Senate spot.

The conservative politician’s party is trailing behind the Queensland Greens candidate Penny Allman-Payne in the race for the Senate.

Senator Hanson, who had to spend election day in isolation after testing positive to COVID-19, was well short of a quota on Saturday night as counting continued.

Her party polled 7.8 per cent of the Senate vote, to the Greens’ 14 per cent.

The outspoken Queenslander has run an anti-vaccine mandate campaign, and refused a coronavirus jab herself.

Senator Hanson was first elected to the Senate for Queensland in 2016.

In the Sunshine State, Nationals senator Matt Canavan was re-elected, as was his Victorian colleague Bridget McKenzie.

High-profile Liberal senator Simon Birmingham was also returned.

On the incoming Labor government’s side Penny Wong, soon to be foreign minister, was re-elected for South Australia.

Senator Wong will need to be sworn in next week ahead of the Quad security meeting in Tokyo on Tuesday.

Labor senator Murray Watt was also returned to the chamber, while Queensland senator and former assistant minister for women Amanda Stoker is at risk of losing her position.

Senator Stoker, who was third on the Queensland LNP ticket, sparked controversy after attending an anti-abortion rally in Brisbane during the election campaign.

High-profile candidates Nick Xenophon and Clive Palmer fell well short of a quota in their SA and Queensland races.

Independent candidate and former Wallaby David Pocock is tipped to defeat outgoing minister Zed Seselja on preferences for an ACT Senate seat.

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Amazing Polly Exposes Monkey Business Over Monkeypox

Amazing Polly Exposes Monkey Business Over Monkeypox

Intro by Dee McLachlan

I’ve been a fan of Amazing Polly for a long time as she is an excellent researcher in joining the dots. Her report (above) exposes the usual suspects in the Monkeypox “event”. They planned a Monkeypox scenario which unfolded exactly to plan.

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