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Sky News host Chris Kenny has taken a swipe at ex-Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, dismissing his “sneering” on the Morrison government’s climate policy as something you would expect from “the left side of politics”.

8.10.2019

Sky News host Chris Kenny has taken a swipe at ex-Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, dismissing his “sneering” on the Morrison government’s climate policy as something you would expect from “the left side of politics”.

Sky News host Chris Kenny has taken a swipe at ex-Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, dismissing his “sneering” on the Morrison government’s climate policy as something you would expect from “the left side of politics”. \n\n“Turnbull mocks these people [the Conservative Party] suggesting they don't know Edmund Burke from Tony Burke, this is the sneering we expect from the left side of politics, you know, our opponents aren't as smart as us,” Mr Kenny said.\n\n“Turnbull says their actions have thwarted climate and energy policy, leading to higher prices and higher emissions.”\n\nMr Kenny then rounded on the former PM, pointing out that he lost his leadership of the Liberal Party twice over climate change policy, adding that “there is not a country on the planet that has done more on emissions reduction policy at greater cost to its constituents and its economy.\n\n“There just isn't. The activists and leftists are yet to counter or refute that critical point.”\n\nImage: News Corp Australia

Sky News host Chris Kenny has taken a swipe at ex-Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, dismissing his “sneering” on the Morrison government’s climate policy as something you would expect from “the left side of politics”. “Turnbull mocks these people [the Conservative Party] suggesting they don't know Edmund Burke from Tony Burke, this is the sneering we expect from the left side of politics, you know, our opponents aren't as smart as us,” Mr Kenny said. “Turnbull says their actions have thwarted climate and energy policy, leading to higher prices and higher emissions.” Mr Kenny then rounded on the former PM, pointing out that he lost his leadership of the Liberal Party twice over climate change policy, adding that “there is not a country on the planet that has done more on emissions reduction policy at greater cost to its constituents and its economy. “There just isn't. The activists and leftists are yet to counter or refute that critical point.” Image: News Corp Australia

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Turnbull, the worst PM we've ever had. Shut up and go away Malcolm. Turnbull will be Judged by History Great Chris ChrsKenny All that land that now cannot be used, & all the need to wash these with scarce water in a drought. This is not news, it’s what we expect from Malcolm TurnbullMalcolm has been involved in so many failures it’s hard to believe he can look at himself in a mirror. The big ones: 1. The Republic, 2. The NBN, 3. The Banks Debacle, 4. Ongoing white anting. All after he defected from labour, they weren’t left enough for him.

If countries like Australia, new Zealand and Canada could completely eliminate CO2 emissions it Will have zero effect to climate change and disastrous consequences to their economies and wealthfare of their citizens... Chris Kenny still yapping on the leash is he? Someone throw him a pigs ear More drivel from Sky News.

Chris Kenny your right wing biases preclude you from acting as a credible journalist.

Albanese to reveal Labor policies after Shorten takes election responsibility - 2600 | Sky News AustraliaLabor leader Anthony Albanese has announced he will reveal the first Labor policy since the federal election by the end of the month. The party’s jobs and future of work policy will be announced in Perth, with another on the economy to be announced in coming months. “We are reassessing our policies, but not our AlboMP AlboMP Go Albo! The libs are a sad group with zero ideas AlboMP 2019 Anthony Albanese is refusing to scrap a raft of Labor’s unpopular policies, after the election defeat? Jurnalest, Get Alabanese to promise ‘’there will be no Carbon Tax under a government he lead’’

The only legacy he will leave is as the worst PM this country has seen ever seen .Nothing more than a inner city snob that never cared about anything else than himself. A climate change zealot that is a disgrace to the country he lead. Headstone should read worse PM than Rudd. JaggerMickOZ The only thing worse than a fool is a sour former PM

FOChrisKenny I hope the book on his memoirs that Turnbull has coming out shortly is not shiney paper, then it will be no good to wipe our bums with! markbjardine 'Sky News host Chris Kenny has taken a swipe at ex-Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull' what Turnbull thinks is news what this fuck Chris Kenny thinks IS NOT NEWS JournalismIsDead everywhere

Who cares about Kenny’s opinion Is this madmals solar paddock For gods sake Malcolm. go home and give ya missus one

PM’s foreign policy speech the ‘strongest’ delivered in many years | Sky News AustraliaSky News host Chris Kenny has praised Scott Morrison’s speech, delivered to the Lowy Institute on Thursday night, saying it was “the strongest speech we have heard from a prime minister in many a year.” \n\nMr Kenny said the prime minister was “clear, he was strong, and he was focused on the nation’s pride, resilience, history, potential and, most importantly, its sovereignty.” \n\nThe Sky News host applauded Mr Morrison’s comments relating to Australia’s relationship with the United Nations. \n\n“I was delighted when the Prime Minister attacked negative globalism head on”, he said. \n\nImage: News Corp Australia \n Chris Kenny 😂😂😂 Foreign policy speech is a great distraction from a non-existent policy on climate, welfare, reform, growth or wages. I thought it was a pile of verbal diarrhoea.

Treacherous Mal was in the wrong party. He should have represented the ex union hacks ... except they didn’t want him. More Lies Until the Liberals expel Turnbull he will continue to present himself to the public as a Liberal Party member and use that status to give some credibility to his Left views LiberalAus ScottMorrisonMP

Auspol This is a picture of Turnbull inspecting some of his investments, Turnbull ‘Blame denialists for high power bills’ WB: Q, Mal How is your sons investments going in renewable? We’ve wasted 30 years tackling climate change. Everyone needs to watch this. ClimateChange It's not about the environment, it's a massive money making scam.

Turnbull is protecting his family interests in renewables. Ahh Chis Kenny. The perfect model of an out of touch jerk Is that Kenny fellow still around? He is a failure as a comedian too.

Turnbull hits out at Coalition over 'incoherent energy policy' | Sky News AustraliaFormer Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has blasted the Liberal Party for failing to address climate change and develop a 'coherent national energy policy'. \n\nIn his first major interview since the May election, Mr Turnbull branded the situation a 'lose-lose', because Australians were paying higher power bills and carbon emissions were increasing. \n\nHe insisted a true conservative would support reducing emissions. \n\nThe former prime minister claimed his biggest regret was failing to secure a new national energy policy. \n\nImage: News Corp Australia\n Turnbull who? The liberals won the alleged climate change election. Just join the labor party turncoat. The absolute worst politician let alone PM Australia has ever produced!

Kenny would make better use of his time by taking a swipe at the policy less liberals and useless nationals imitating an Australian Government SkyNews SkyNewsAuspol SkyNewsBreak Mmm, really? What about... Germany? Sweden Denmark? Norway? New Zealand? Hell, Tuvalu? Bugger it,even states such as California doing more than Australia fellas! getreal fakenews fairshakeofthesaucebottle climatechange climateaction

TurnbullMalcolm, total GoldmanSachs Globalist sellout. What a brain-smoothing barrage of horseshit 🧠 It just goes to show how far right he has gone. Ps. Right vs Left is decisive and fits snuggly into the divide and conquer mold. Tony Abbott reminds me most of a socialist dictator. Life is not left or right. Is Kenny on drugs

& Chris Kenny has the IQ of a turnip so it's all square then. No one has done so much to achieve nothing for such cost as Australia Chris you really need to FRO ... you are as in touch with the population as bill shorten was ... you and bolt make supporting the right very hard to do

US begins pulling troops from Syria | Sky News AustraliaThe US has started to pull its troops from northern Syria, potentially clearing the way for a Turkish assault on Kurdish fighters in the region.\n\nKurdish-led forces have been a key American ally in Syria, where they helped push the Islamic State group to the edge of defeat. \n\nThe Kurds have called the decision a 'stab in the back' and believe the move will reverse years of gains on the front lines.\n\nUS Republican Senator Lindsey Graham has called the announcement a 'disaster in the making' and plans to introduce a Senate resolution opposing the decision, calling for it to be reversed. \n\nImage: AP mariahindalias Syrian Government won't be okay with Turkey invading its territory, the Government of Syria recently stated that they want all foreign forces out of Syria including Turkish forces.

No country? Except all of the ones that have. Seriously Chris, you are getting lazy Woof Kenny attacking his old boss now. Interesting. Turnbull is only stating the obvious. The government has no climate or energy policy which business and industry leaders has been screaming out for. Kenny just being disingenuous to his 11 viewers

Poor Chrissy Worried about the $$ you and your boy have invested in this rubbish Mal? Surprise Surprise Kenny and Co have something more to rant about! Surprise, surprise. Kenny criticising Turnbull. Three things: 1) Turnbull is from the left - that's obvious. 2) Nothing Australia does will ever be enough in the eyes of the left to combat climate change. Turnbull and his green-left acolytes in the media want 100% renewables. 3) I don't hear the left criticise China or India

US denies North Korean talks failed | Sky News AustraliaThe United States is rejecting claims nuclear talks with North Korea failed, insisting they had a good discussion.\n\nOfficials from the two countries met in Sweden just days after North Korea tested a new missile.\n\nImage: AP\n I bet it was perfect... Any discussion is good. As usual you simply want Trump to fail.

Diatribe, like the lock out Laws, get rid of people figures look good, privatise energy & close down base load power the figures look good, however at the same time tourism & retail mini plutocracies decline, & the necessity for a Nation struggling to develop increases poverty,, Second worse labour leader after Shorten.

Nobody with an IQ over 3 gives a flying fruitloop what Kenny thinks or says.

ANZ's $559 million remediation charge a 'worry for investors' | Sky News AustraliaSky News Business Editor Ticky Fullerton says “the really worrying thing” about ANZ’s $559 million remediation charge is what it does for investors and their dividend payments.\n\nOn Tuesday ANZ announced its second half earnings would be impacted by the remediation figure after the bank stacked up customer compensation charges. \n\n“There is a bit of a ding-dong over the ditch between (Australia) and New Zealand, as to how much capital these banks are going to have to hold,' she said. \n\n'This is a really important point because dividends come out of retained earnings.' \n\nImage: Getty BizTicky The shareholders always bear the brunt of misconduct because they own the business. How many of them sit there and expect dividend payments to come to them on autopilot? They are owners and their employees have done the wrong thing. ping annelisenews BizTicky Then they should taken more interest in their board appointments and got some legal management happening.

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