Sky News Host Calls for Australian Politician Who 'Sold Out' Country to be Named

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Sky News host Chris Kenny reiterates his call for the Australian politician who 'sold out' their country to be named. The politician's identity and the country involved are being kept secret, causing concerns about transparency.

Sky News host Chris Kenny has reiterated his call for the Australian politician who “ sold out ” their country to be named. “We're told a politician sold out their country while in office, but the people they represented are not entitled to know about it,” Mr Kenny said. “The country who recruited this politician, and we all know it's China , will be very happy that we're too timid to name either the person or the country.

“We don't know which party they represent or represented, but I note that the Coalition is calling for full transparency, while Labor seems happy for the rest of us to be left in the dark.

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He`ll be ALP of course. Ppl have no idea how replete of morality they are. They plan to undo us yet ppl carry on as if, oh well it`s business as usual. While they work diligently to destroy you. The Socialiste Internationale has a plan for you. PLEASE see Prof. Milie the Argeninian President at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZFx2TuEVw4

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