The marginalisation of LNP Senate Candidate Gerard Rennick (pictured) by the Prime Minister is further evidence why a genuine conservative party is needed in the Senate.
Australian Conservatives Queensland Senate Candidate Lyle Shelton said Mr Rennick had raised mainstream concerns about climate and gender but had been slapped down by the PM and had his videos taken down.
“Concerns about the Bureau of Meteorology’s homogenisation of temperature data resulting in a 23 per cent increase in temperature over the past 100 years were first raised in The Australian," Mr Shelton said.
“Millions of parents are also worried about Labor’s gender-fluid early childhood education plans, which are supported by many Liberals. It is clear that the LNP is not the party of free speech, it is the party that protects green-left elite dogma instead of standing up to it,” he continued.
Mr Shelton said another LNP Senate Candidate, Paul Scarr, squibbed a question on the gender-fluid-teaching “Safe Schools” program at a forum in Brisbane last night.
“After riffing on free speech, Mr Scarr then refused to give an interview to a young journalist from Rebel Media,” Mr Shelton urged disillusioned LNP voters to take out third-party insurance by voting Australian Conservatives in the Senate.
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