Controversial New South Wales state MP Jeremy Buckingham (pictured) has quit the Greens today labelling his former party a 'weeping wound' as internal disunity and factional disagreements tear it apart.
Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi has long called out the Greens as hypocrites and dysfunctional and Mr Buckingham's statement only serves to reinforce that reality.
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A factional war erupted this week over calls for Mr Buckingham to stand aside due to allegations of sexual misconduct.
Former leader Bob Brown has even been quoted today in The Australian as saying the one thing the, “Greens have always blocked is grassroots democracy.”
Mr Buckingham, who has admitted eating cannabis for breakfast, was asked to stand aside from the NSW Greens upper house ticket earlier this month due to allegations against him. He has denied those allegations and was cleared of wrongdoing in an independent investigation.
Describing an internal review of Greens selection procedures he said the NSW Greens are “rotten and corrupt”. “It’s a Band-Aid on a weeping wound that is the rotten and corrupt NSW Greens party. This type of review happened only a few years ago and resulted in virtually no reform,” he said and it “capitulates to the extreme Left who are running riot.”
Senator Bernardi has told Paul Murray Live on Sky News, the Greens are just, "toxic swamp-dwellers who are a blight on our politics" - and another compelling reason to vote for the Conservatives at the next election.
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