The Victorian government has announced that it will hold a public inquiry into everyone in the state who didn’t vote for the ALP at the last election, in preparation for the 2022 state election.
After the red shirts scandal was referred to IBAC, a new counter-inquiry was immediately launched by the Andrews government. The terms of reference will also include anyone who didn’t vote for the Greens, Animal Justice or Reason Party, with public shaming, burnings and inquisitions to commence next week.
“This is a great chance for us to know why people didn’t vote for the correct party and how best to re-educate them so they vote the correct way later this year,” Greens leader Samantha Ratnam said.
“The Victorian Electoral Commission have been very accommodating providing us with all the data from the electoral roll, including names and addresses, so we know where to send Victoria Police when the time comes – Mickleham Quarantine Facility won’t fill itself.”
Daniel Andrews has vowed to introduce heavy social credit point deductions for those who do not comply at the next state election.