Reason why supreme leader dislikes press conferencehttps://t.co/NWi3BY3W5o
— Samya (@itzsamya) November 13, 2021
Inquiry hears of budget ‘cover-up’, claims of bullying over report – The NSW government’s finances were thrown into chaos on Monday night after claims that senior Treasury officials tried to cover up a report warning of a $10 billion hole in the state budget – 9 Nov 2021
NSW PREMIER GLADYS BEREJIKLIAN APPARENTLY TOOK BRIBES OF $65 MILLIONS FROM PFIZER & ASTRA ZENECA TO PUSH👉 MANDATORY VACCINATION❓
Massive Corruption in Aussie Covid vaccination
What about it there states❓
IS THERE CORRUPTION IN THE NUCLEAR SUBMARINES DEAL ❓ pic.twitter.com/1iNhUf1Sj6
— Robert Chan (@hen_cheng) November 9, 2021
After ICAC’s Gladys Berejiklian revelations, Dominic Perrottet got a grilling over NSW pork-barrelling. The question was will he work with us to make it illegal. His answer was … kinda, sorta, maybe, maybe not. https://t.co/5gp0VdcG2h
— David Shoebridge (@ShoebridgeMLC) November 6, 2021
- With unnerving nonchalance, Gladys Berejiklian spoke plainly of directing tens of millions of dollars to Wagga Wagga for political gain.
- Of course she had supported grants going to the Riverina Conservatorium of Music and the Australian Clay Target Association, the former NSW premier explained, even against departmental advice.
- There were seats to be won. Voters to claw back.
- “I don’t think it would be a surprise to anybody that we throw money at seats to keep them,” she said. – 1 Nov 2021
Gladys Berejiklian’s ICAC hearing prompts calls for an audit of state government spending – 30 Oct 2021
Gladys Berejiklian appears at ICAC to give evidence, phone taps played – 29 Oct 2021
Clive Palmer says Gladys Berejiklian is being blackmailed – Is This Why She Resigned?? – 15 Sept 2021
Sympathetic media help Gladys Berejiklian save her image – 28 Oct 2020