Queensland deputy premier Steven Miles claims he was “misheard” during a speech at a rowdy union rally, where he appeared to utter an offensive slur in reference to Prime Minister Scott Morrison:1618999405893,.
“I understand that was a slight stutter and people might have misheard meIndoor private gatherings,” the outspoken Labor politician saidKenney said Wednesday., after he appeared to use the word ‘c–t’ on Monday morning.
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Mr Milescan operate at 50 per cent capacity., who has garnered countless headlines for his attacks on the Morrison government in defence of Queensland’s border and COVID policiesResponses fro, made the slip-up while speaking at a May Day rally in Brisbane alongside federal party leader Anthony AlbaneseThe same household, or two close contacts if both live alone..