The Federal Government of Australia has said it should leave the country immediately, as it has been found to be ‘disruptive to vaccinations’.
In a statement this morning, Home Affairs Minister Alex Hawke acknowledged that the Government was at
George Christensen appealed to people to disobey the immunization order and appeared on the television program of US terrorist expert Alex Jones. Gerard Rennick shared several anti-vaccination notes, including one from a well-known anti-vax leader who called for the assassination of Jacinda Ardern. Alex Antic voted with One Nation to abolish vaccination activities and allegedly misled the Prime Minister to get vaccinated.
“Given the high profile and role of the Government as a role model throughout the region, its presence in Australia could also encourage neglect of safety requirements after receiving the COVID-19 test in Australia,” Hawke said.
The government has the right to appeal, but it does believe that this will make it as difficult as it can reasonably be to delay the case until Friday afternoon. “We have no choice, it’s a second nature for us to disrupt things like this,” Hawke said.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. “Maybe we’ll just lock ourselves in a hotel in Carlton for nine years,” Hawke said. “Although George Christensen will go to The Phillipines”
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