Grateful new Australian CONDEMNS Premier over lockdown madness

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A grateful new Australian has condemned Premier Daniel Andrews for stopping him from being able to work.

Jerkuei Marek Anyuon came to Australia four years ago.

He told me this is the best country he's been to, not because he gets handouts, instead because he gets to work.

"I can't remember a year since I've come to Australia where I paid less than $50,000 in tax. The only year I'm going to pay less tax is the year that Daniel Andrews locked me in", Jerkuei said.

"I didn't ask anybody to give me anything, I asked to be free to do my work", he added.

Online political commentator and activist, Morgan Jonas, clashed with 3AW presenter Neil Mitchell about the protest.

Mr Jonas says, "on the one hand the premier cares about civil liberties in America but is suddenly against Victorians calling out his corruption."

Daniel Andrews allowed thousands to march in Melbourne for Black Lives Matter but outlawed anti-lockdown protests.

The vast majority of the crowd were friendly, fun, and just there to stand up for their fundamental human rights.

But imagine they relied on the mainstream media to tell their story.

I spoke to police earlier who seemed confused themselves.

Police later swarmed a petrol station in South Melbourne, surrounding, detaining and fining anyone there. Including two cyclists "out to get Hungry Jacks" and a woman "purchasing some water".

A pro-lockdown activist was also arrested and fined.

And at the lockdown protest, our team found a protester unable to open his eyes and struggling to breathe after being pepper-sprayed by police.


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