Drunk on Power

Cory Bernardi
Cory Bernardi
Drunk on Power

Our governments are drunk on power but they are starting to realise the danger in the crisis they have manufactured.

Sometimes there are things that have a disproportionate impact.

That happened on the weekend when the Victorian police used rubber bullets, bean bag rounds and pepper spray on those protesting over 200 days of lock-downs.

I can't recall a previous occasion when the police have turned that firepower on Australian citizens like they did last weekend.

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