Husic: Scott Morrison ‘Playing Politics’ by Criticizing Queensland Vaccine Law

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According to Labor MP Ed Husic, Scott Morrison is attempting to “scoop up” the support of people on the “extreme fringes” by arguing for the rights of the unvaccinated.

On Thursday, the prime minister chastised the Queensland government, saying citizens should be able to “have a cup of coffee in Brisbane regardless of whether you’ve got a vaccination or not.”

 The words prompted outrage, prompting Deputy Premier Steven Miles to respond, “We want people in Brisbane to have coffee, too; we just don’t want them to get Covid while they’re doing it.”

Mr Husic informed Sky News Australia that Mr Morrison was seeking to “play politics,” and that his statements were “disgraceful.”

“I find it strange that Scott Morrison is suddenly pushing this line about unvaccinated people’s rights,” he remarked. “You’d wonder what was going on if you’d seen Scott Morrison express that statement when the race was well and fully on to get people vaccinated.”

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Why is Scott Morrison suddenly contradicting everything he’s said in recent months? The only explanation I can think of is that he’s playing politics.

“He wants to snare some votes from the extreme edges; the organizations that are stirring up all of this horrific behavior that you’re witnessing in Melbourne in order to gain political benefit.” It’s a disgrace that you would engage in such behavior as a national leader.”

According to Labor MP Ed Husic, Scott Morrison is attempting to “scoop up” the support of people on the “extreme fringes” by arguing for the rights of the unvaccinated.

On Thursday, the prime minister chastised the Queensland government, saying citizens should be able to “have a cup of coffee in Brisbane regardless of whether you’ve got a vaccination or not.”

The words prompted outrage, prompting Deputy Premier Steven Miles to respond, “We want people in Brisbane to have coffee, too; we just don’t want them to get Covid while they’re doing it.” Mr Husic informed Sky News Australia stated Mr Morrison was “playing political game” and that his words were “despicable.”

“I find it strange that Scott Morrison is suddenly pushing this line about unvaccinated people’s rights,” he remarked. “You’d wonder what was going on if you’d seen Scott Morrison express that statement when the race was well and fully on to get people vaccinated.”

“Why is Scott Morrison suddenly contradicting everything he’s stated in recent months, and the only thing I can think of is that he’s playing politics?”

“It’s a shame as a national leader that you would engage in that,” he says. “He wants to scoop up some votes from the extreme edges; the people that are stirring up all of this horrific behavior that you’re seeing in Melbourne and attempting to get political benefit out of it.”

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