By Andrew Bolt ~
When reports emerged that three suspected jihadists wanted to return to Australia without going to jail, Labor Leader Bill Shorten talked of rehabilitation but offered no concrete position. “We’ll seek a briefing from the government,” he said. Yesterday, when asked about whether citizenship should be revoked for Australians involved in terrorism, he would not take a position on “specific hypotheticals” but promised a bipartisan approach. Expect this to be a big issue next week when the government takes a tougher approach to foreign fighters.
On the slaughter of cattle in Vietnam, Shorten complained about Barnaby Joyce being too concerned with Johnny Depp’s dogs but offered no real contrast with the government: “I don’t believe the trade should automatically be suspended, no, I don’t.” What else could he say after the lessons from the former…
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