Proven right again: Bernardi

March 07, 2019

Depraved and criminal refugees have been warned they will be trading sunbaking on a beach for a jail cell on Christmas Island as their disturbing “rap sheets” are revealed.

Conservative Party leader has been proven right again as he warned about criminals being brought to Australia as Labor, the Greens and Derryn Hinch pushed through Kerryn Phelps' Medevac bill, against the wishes of the government. 

The Courier Mail reports, as Prime Minister Scott Morrison warns asylum seekers not to chance coming to Australia under Labor’s medevac Bill, medical facilities on Manus Island and Nauru are reporting that asylum seekers who have never reported illnesses before are now presenting with chronic conditions.

The message from Mr Morrison – the first Prime Minister ever to visit the Christmas Island detention centre – comes as a clearer criminal history of those on Manus Island and Nauru can be exposed. At least 57 men have sparked concerns from Australian security agencies.

Senator Bernardi has told Peta Credlin on Sky News at the time the bill passed the Senate, he warned Victorian Senator Derryn Hinch that supporting its passage would endanger Australia.

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