When things go wrong, Scott Morrison refuses to take responsibility, blames others, and can’t admit his mistakes.
Bushfires. The bungled vaccine rollout. Not securing enough rapid tests.
Scott Morrison’s mistakes have held Australians back.
Australia can’t risk three more years of Morrison’s mistakes.
Find out below just why you can’t vote for Scott Morrison, the Liberals or Nationals on 21 May.
Scott Morrison didn’t plan ahead when it came to the vaccine rollout.
When Australia faced horrific bushfires, he didn’t lead, he left.
Scott Morrison keeps making the same mistakes, over and over.
When he does finally get dragged into action, it’s always too little, too late.
Scott Morrison had an excuse for going to Hawaii during the bushfires.
He stuffed up the vaccine rollout, and then he had an excuse for that too.
Next time something goes wrong, who do you trust to make it right?
There’s never a good time to cut Medicare, but during a pandemic is the worst.
But that’s exactly what Scott Morrison did.
Now it’s harder to see a GP, and costs have gone up.
During the pandemic, Scott Morrison cut Medicare.
Fees for life-changing surgeries rose, and deep cuts were made to vital telehealth services.
And he cut access to GPs in hundreds of communities in our outer suburbs and regional towns, making it even harder for people to see a GP.