ALP state premiers had been out in power this week with on-script assaults on the Prime Minister’s credibility, the most recent in months of choreographed hits geared toward focusing the information cycle on Mr Morrison’s character.
“It’s an assassination,” Uhlmann instructed the On The Trail: Election 2022 podcast.
“It’s a cartoon of the man’s character.”
This has been a marketing campaign by the Labor Party as a result of with a purpose to beat the Coalition – given the Prime Minster has been because the final election the important thing salesman for him staff, the truth is the one salesman for his staff – they should kill Mr Morrison politically.
“That’s what they set out to do a year or so ago, and they’ve had plenty of ammunition to help them along the way, from fires, through floods, through COVID,” Uhlmann stated.
“A lot of that, by the way, (has been) overblown.”
But Uhlmann, among the best long-term thinkers in Canberra, stated unflattering character assessments from Coalition colleagues similar to Concetta Fierravanti-Wells, Barnaby Joyce and Gladys Berejiklian in current occasions offered Labor with its simplest software.
“The line that I think is devastating for the Labor Party now is, ‘It’s the people who know Scott Morrison best who are making these complaints about him,'” he instructed the podcast.