A Lismore man who lost his house and business in the NSW floods, has thanked opposition leader Anthony Albanese for sending well wishes from the Mardi Gras in Sydney.
John Sattler, from Lismore, lost his property and agriculture business after flooding destroyed everything. However, he said he really was given hope when Albo turned up at the Mardi Gras and sent thoughts and prayers.
“It’s great to see our future PM stand up for what matters in the greatest floods since 1974,” John said.
“Supporting the moral decay of Australia by attending a public degeneracy parade when flooding has wrecked two states and millions of lives, really gives me a positive glimpse into the future of an Albanese government.”
Albanese said he will be scheduling more photo ops in the coming weeks and vowed ‘if Scomo doesn’t hold a shovel then I sure as hell won’t be getting my boots muddy.’
“We’ve perfected the art of doing nothing in opposition for so long, so don’t expect that to change.”