Morrison denies being out-of-touch, erects wall around Wentworth

Spurred the result of the by-election, Scott Morrison has commissioned walls to be built around all remaining Liberal seats. You know, for their own protection.



The Prime Minister vehemently denied that Saturday’s dismal by-election result was because his government is out-of-touch with voters, before proceeding to order the erection of a 10-metre wall around the electorate of Wentworth.

Morrison insisted that while the Coalition was committed to providing a stable, inclusive government that ruled for all, it was important that destabilising insurgents, like those that had emerged in the lead up to the by-election, were kept away from society.

“Frankly it’s something we should have done before the weekend,” Morrison told reporters after Dave Sharma conceded the seat to Independent Kerryn Phelps, adding “It’s the last time the likes of Hewson and the Turnbulls will be disrupting one of our elections!’

It is believed Morrison is considering erecting similar walls around the electorates of Dickson, Warringah, New England, 2GB Studios, Sky News Studios and of course, Bill Shorten’s seat of Maribyrnong.


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