Scott Morrison was at the Eagles-Magpies game in Perth Friday night appearing on the big screen at the Optus stadium but was met with a deafening roar by the 54,159-strong crowd booing.
Morrison’s approval rating has been smashed by voters amid a backlash led by rape survivor Brittany Higgins, other sexual abuse survivors and women’s fight for justice.
More fuel on the Morrison fire as an ABC investigation reveals a group of taxpayer-funded aged care homes funnelled $31 million back into the coffers of one of Australia’s largest churches, an ABC investigation has found.
The homes include St Basil’s in Melbourne, where 45 residents died in Australia’s deadliest COVID outbreak.
In the past eight years, St Basil’s paid more than $22 million in rent and fees to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese while receiving federal government funding.
Cairns News commercial real estate sources said this was double the rental market rate.
A Sydney harbour views apartment purchased by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese at $6.5 million is part of supporting a lavish lifestyle of of its newly appointed Archbishop Makarios.
At what point of irrefutable blatant, endemic, government corruption can we expect the bean counters in Canberra to reel in irrefutable, indictable theft defined in the Crimes Act our god fearing Prime Minister appears to condone?
To add to his woes, recent polls have shown voters do not approve of an ID Card or vaccine passport being developed by the Prime Minister’s Department.