Jacinta Price alleges Penny Wong ‘bolted’ after her CPAC address

Senator Jacinta Price, a fiery individual, stated that Penny Wong bolted out the door rather than shake her hand after hearing her first speech in the Senate.

The Northern Territory Indigenous politician made the remarks during a Saturday speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Sydney.

Firebrand Senator Jacinta Price said her maiden parliamentary speech sent a 'squirming' Penny Wong bolting to the door rather than shake her hand

Her speech criticized Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s push for an Indigenous Voice in Parliament and targeted transgender and overweight individuals.

Firebrand Senator Jacinta Price remarked that Penny Wong bolted out the door rather than shake her hand after hearing her maiden parliamentary address.

Senator Price remarked, “Seeing that I had effectively gotten under Penny Wong’s skin was the clearest and loudest indication that I had effectively communicated my message.”

Senator Price asserted that her first address, delivered on July 27, made it clear to the “woke, sycophantic, cowardly Labor government” that “their words were fashioned from imagination and lies.”'Nothing told me I had my message any louder and any clearer than seeing that I had effectively managed to crawl right under the skin of Penny Wong,' Senator Price saidThe Indigenous politician from the Northern Territory made the comments during a speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference in Sydney on Saturday

The CLP senator told the audience, “I savored every moment of giving the cold, hard truth and watching them writhe and grimace.”

Nothing informed me I could not have sent my point any more loudly and clearly than by observing that I had effectively penetrated Penny Wong’s skin.

Senator Price stated that Senator Wong’s unhappiness was even more evident when she “bolted” out of the chamber rather than shaking her “First Nations hand and congratulating me on my first speech,” as is the protocol.

Senator Price claims that this was not the only awkward interaction between the two women.

She ridiculed Senator Wong’s assertion that she had been “triggered” by One Nation leader Pauline Hanson’s demand that Greens Senator Mehreen Faruqi “return to Pakistan.”

Senator Hanson made the remark in a tweet before escalating her attack on Tuesday by offering to drive Senator Faruqi “to the airport.”

In an emotionally heated statement, Senator Wong, who was born in Malaysia, criticized Senator Hanson’s remarks without qualification.

As she joined a parliamentary effort to denounce Senator Hanson’s speech, she said she is still triggered by intolerance.

The Northern Territory Indigenous politician made the remarks during a Saturday address to the Conservative Political Action Conference in Sydney.

Senator Price stated that Senator Wong’s racial sensitivities arose despite his becoming an expert on all things First Nation.

Senator Wong stated, “I find them abhorrent, and I’ve been subjected to them innumerable times since I arrived in this country, including when I was a child in the playground.”

Senator Price criticized her statement before accusing the foreign affairs minister of hypocrisy and posing like a “First Nation expert.”

“Despite the fact that she lectured on the Senate floor about what we Aboriginal people truly mean while mocking me and our good friend and fellow hypocrite, Senator Thorpe, for calling out Wong for attempting to tar us both with the same brush because we are Aboriginal,” she added.

She also criticized the federal government’s recent push to add a Voice to Parliament and Senator Wong’s support for it.

She ridiculed Senator Wong’s assertion that she had been “triggered” by One Nation leader Pauline Hanson’s demand that Greens Senator Mehreen Faruqi “return to Pakistan.”

Senator Hanson made the remark in a tweet before escalating her attack on Tuesday by offering to drive Senator Faruqi “to the airport.”

Senator Price stated, “I suggested to Wong, and I don’t believe she liked it very much, that perhaps we might co-design an Asian Voice to Parliament.”

Therefore, that policy that affects Asian-Australians can be their duty, and if I need expert guidance on how to enhance Wong’s life, I need only ask the Asian Voice.

Senator Price resumed her vigorous campaign against the proposed Indigenous Voice to Parliament, which she deemed “crazy” and an attempt to promote “racial isolation and a perpetual victim status for persons with a “brown tinge” to their complexion.”

Senator Price stated, “We cannot remain neutral because we fear being demonized by name-calling woke bullies.”

Fear creates an evil void for the devious woke to fill while disseminating divisive language and propaganda.

Together, we can return this country to the path of common sense and rational thought.

As protesters crowded the venue’s perimeter, the Conservative Political Action Conference continued.

As the conference continued, police established a line preventing demonstrators from entering.

Every voice is equally valid.

In her remarks, Senator Price disparaged transgender activists and overweight people.

She criticized the philosophy of the Left for advocating body positivity while permitting trans activists to continue “playing God” and “surgically removing healthy bodily parts.”

As protestors crowded the venue’s entrance, the Conservative Political Action Conference continued.

A police line prevented protesters from accessing the building.

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