'End Of Life As We Know It': Kerri-Anne Slams Labor Live On-Air
Kerri-Anne Kennerley is not a fan of the Labor Party and she has made it abundantly clear.
Just days out from the election the Studio 10 host was pretty clear about whose box she won't be ticking come voting day.
Unleashing a tirade against the Labor party, Kennerley didn't mince words when it came to Bill Shorten and his party's policies, declaring, “If Bill Shorten gets in, it’s the end of life as we know it,” she said. “Honestly, without question.”
“Taking money retrospectively, as they will do, that franking credits … this is the way (for) self-funded retirees to not leach off the government pension. They look after themselves. They’ve got a plan. He’ll rip that off them.”
She also criticised Labor’s plan to establish a National Gender Centre, saying that it would lead to making gender an optional field on birth certificates being implemented nationwide.
Shorten, however, has not indicated that he would adopt such legislation.
“One thing I’m seriously outraged about, the millions and millions they’ll spend on a Gender Commission,” Kennerley said.
She continued, “These kids out there who are gender confused, and there’s a percentage of people out there gender confused, they will put up this commission and we, like Tasmania, will have a child and it won’t be male or female, it will be gender-free. That’ll be national.”
“And if your child is confused, the rights of your child will go to them, you will have no rights as a parent. That child will go, ‘I want to be either a boy or girl, please give me whatever I need’ and you as a parent will have no choice.”
Later in the show, Kennerly told viewers she had been contacted by Labor’s media in regards to her claims, saying:
“The email says, ‘earlier this morning, Kerri-Anne — spelt incorrectly … fake news on your program, Labor spending ‘millions and millions’ to set up a Gender Commission,” with Labor adding that the purpose of the Gender Commission centre was rather an “education and training role to provide awareness of transgender issues in the wider public”.
“Apparently they’re not spending millions and millions, because they haven’t costed it yet,” she said.
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