Victorian Liberal Party leader Matthew Guy says he’s open to selling out on permanent pandemic legislation, if Victorian crossbenchers are unwilling to do so.
After winning the Controlled Opposition of the Year Award, Guy said he’s more than prepared to sell out the Victorian public and has a proven track record of doing so, as the Andrews government struggles to find a deciding vote.
“Victoria is the frontline of the Great Reset rollout and we have to honour the terms of the uniparty agreement, in offering only a token difference and then supporting it a few weeks later,” Guy said.
“I’ll make some feigned indignation speech in parliament which the LNP boomers on Twitter will eat up, and then I’ll just stab in the back as usual.”
The vote will be decided on next week, after Guy has finished blokcing the last of his voters on Twitter.