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‘Aussies are dumb’ say voters who vow to move to NZ

Celebrities and TV personalities furious at Scott Morrison’s shock election victory have vented their anger, calling Australians “dumb”.

Celebrities and commentators angry at Scott Morrison’s election win have tweeted “Australians are dumb” and vowed on social media to move to New Zealand.

They shared their anger following the Coalition’s shock election victory and Bill Shorten’s unexpected defeat.

Television personality and sometime The Project panellist Meshel Laurie unleashed on Twitter, posting “Australians are dumb”, which she followed up with “Dumb. Mean-spirited, Greedy”

And when a Twitter poster replied with “Labor got greedy with too much tax” and “nobody likes” Shorten, Laurie responded.

“Tax pays for everything outside your house genius. It pays for hospital you’ll die in one day.”

Laurie also tweeted, in an obvious reference to a wish for the re-elected PM to fail during his coming term, “the only thing to look forward to in a AUSTRALIA is Shadenfreude”.

The Coalition currently has 74 of the required 76 seats it needs to form government. Vote counting will continue but the Labor Party has conceded defeat.

Mr Morrison called the election win a “miracle” after the LNP defied exit polls which predicted Labor would form government.

But author and social commentator Jane Caro tweeted right after the win on Saturday night that if the Coalition won, it meant Australia “decided to be a backward looking country”.

“I wish I was a New Zealander,” she tweeted.

When one poster agreed with her sentiments, she replied, “I feel sick too, but am ok. We will soldier on.”

However on Sunday morning, Caro had received some messages via her Twitter account lambasting her sentiments and calling her “an absolute bitch who should leave the country”.

She tweeted: “I guess this is Australia right now. Like so many others, I despair. Trump, Brexit, Scomo – while the planet disintegrates”.

ABC Late Night Live presenter Phillip Adams tweeted the result was “an act of collective madness”.

“Australia has given its malevolent, ignorant and corrupt version of the Trump administration a third term,” he tweeted.

Controversial broadcaster Yassmin Abdel-Magied posted that “it’s going to be a long three years in Australia” after Antony Green declared Scott Morrison had been re-elected.

“Also – a warning to the progressive US counterparts, that even if things look good, ppl may surprise you (again),” Abdel-Magied tweeted on Saturday evening.

An indigenous Twitter poster tweeted in agreement, “If you feel disappointed, imagine how our elders feel. This is not unexpected for blackfellas.

Imagine what our snow fkakes would say if Cindy lost next year. Where would they all go? Who cares, as long as they go.

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  1. It would be like the crap over Hillary, but let’s not forget, Labour didn’t ‘win’ our election either, Labour cobbled together a coalition after the fact.

    I was thinking about the polls, perhaps they shouldn’t self edit over the demographic that they poll. If it is truly random then they should poll the first 2000 that they speak to. Do people really just vote by age bands?



  2. Strangely (or not) I’ve never heard of a single one of the malcontents named.

    Are you sure the author didn’t just go through the ‘phone book until it got the comments it wanted?



  3. Hilarious how Labour believed they had it in the bag. Shorten was so arrogant he had even sent out an embargoed letter to the nation to the media for the Sunday papers in the belief he had the keys to Canberra. Gamblers who had bet on a Labour win had been paid out as winners. Nah Labour, the voters didn’t want to share more of their hard earned income on your vision for a socialist nirvana. HAAAAAAAAA HAAAAAAAAA!!!!!



    • She probably thought she would be running Australia today. Australia must be relieved that they are not going to be subject to too much change, I noted that word was featuring in Labour’s campaign. Why the hell would you vote for change for changes sake.



      • Will she be dropping hints about the wedding dress the taxpayer bought?
        How come when she does photoshoots for the womans weekly, it’s as though her younger sister is roped in?



    • Another article I was reading stated that there is such a thing as herding, where pollsters don’t get the result that they want, so they adjust the results. I have always felt that with Simon’s approval ratings, if not Nationals.



  4. Isn’t it funny, first they send over their gunman to shoot us up!
    Now they want to come here to live!
    We don’t want you lefty snowflakes!
    What would you do when JacinDUH is chucked out on her ear, next year?
    Shoot the place up somemore!



  5. What happened to the MP who ran off with his pregnant assistant, then had another baby with her. Did he stand this in Saturdays election?



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