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The Smartest Thing Scott Morrison has done in his 60-Minutes Interview


On Sunday night, while watching 60 Minutes, it was difficult to avoid the conclusion that the smartest thing Australia’s PM “Scott Morrison” has done in a long time.

Jenny Morrison was genuine, honest, humorous, strong, and charming.

She is also capable of saying everything the Prime Minister is unable to say, including criticizing Grace Tame, a child sex assault survivor, for her "manners."

The reason why the Prime Minister sat there with a nice smile on his face while she worked with the spade?

The 60 Minutes interview was designed to give those who believe Grace Tame went too far permission to feel sorry for the Morrison's.


There are many reasons to empathize with them as human beings, especially the horrible attacks on their family and faith.

Former Australian of the Year Grace Tame's decision not to smile during an event at the Lodge has been criticized by the Prime Minister's wife.

Australia is disappointed in Jenny Morrison by being completely self-absorbed and pathetically lacking in intelligence and sympathy."

Jenny Morrison described Ms. Tame's lack of smile at a recent meet and greet as "disappointing."

"All I wish the attention had been on all the amazing people who came in," she said.

He finally got Jenny Morrison to back him up on Sunday night. They went to Hawaii because of her. It was her choice.

Nonetheless, Derryn Hinch commented on the interview, saying, "I thought the 60 Minutes Morrison episode, with Jenny, was good."


Jenny Morrison accepted the blame as the Prime Minister sat quiet and nodded wisely.

"I apologize profusely," she said. "If we let you down." And not if we did.

Her apologies were sincere, and her regret was visible on her face. Scott Morrison nodded as if he had been an unwitting bystander to the choice.

"Did we make the best choice? I believed I was doing the best thing for my children. "I was obviously wrong," she admitted.

The Aussie Prime Minister's choice to leave the country in the middle of the bushfires was his, not Jenny Morrison's.

It was his decision, not Jenny Morrison's, to have his staff decline to answer queries regarding whether he was in Hawaii.

And it was his decision to promote the idea that he was simply trying to be a good father, rather than admitting that it was his decision and that he bears full and sole responsibility.

But it was unpleasant to have the Prime Minister tell us that it's "his job" and "not his family's," while delegating the clean-up of the Hawaii crime scene to his patient wife.

It was also brilliantly devious. And it was done for a straightforward political reason: it might actually succeed.

Published on: March 03, 2022





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