CM – Pauline Hanson lied about her birthday and then detonated the Senate about it

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Pauline Hanson from One Nation made a few laughs in Canberra today for getting her birthday wrong The Senator informed the House of Lords that her birthday was yesterday before changing her mind, revealing that it was actually last month, May 27.

BREAKING: Pauline Hanson knows not when your own birthday is 🎂 🎂 🎂 🎂 🎂 🎂 🎂 pic.twitter.com/MauCsCmgMb

« I am proud to say that I am 67 years old and turned 67 yesterday », said the party leader this morning.

The debate related to a pension law introduced by One Nation last year. The proposed changes would allow elderly Australians to add more money to their super in addition to the regular limit.

As Labor Senator Jenny McAllister pointed out, the changes would « improve tax breaks for a small number of very wealthy people, the age, at which this measure strangely takes effect at 67. « 

 » And if we are allowed to believe Wikipedia, it happens that Senator Hanson herself only recently turned 67, « said McAllister.

While the conditions Of the amendments being kept under wraps, the changes are believed to help politicians pocket an additional 30 grand through their retirement. This is when Hanson is bluffing about the day she was born.

Pauline Hanson was not in the Senate Chamber asking for amendments that would give her a $ 30,000 raise. The Senate moved on. The government is voting now to give it one more chance to put its amendments. There are no limits to the shady deals LNP and Hanson will do.

Later she corrects herself by tracing the error back to her colleagues: « Senator [Murray] Watt said I spread this on my birthday , my birthday was last month – this wasn’t spread on my birthday so it’s basically a misrepresentation to tell a lie. ”

🎵 Yesterday…
all my birthdays seemed like this yesterday …
Now it looks like it’s May 27th
Oh, I think you should all go away … 🎵

“Sorry Senator Hanson, but the Senate heard it was your birthday yesterday,” she was replied to, and others shouted, “You said yesterday! « From the floor of the house.

 » Yesterday wasn’t my birthday, so you’re wrong, you’ve probably noticed that, « concluded Hanson.

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