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Sky News host Chris Kenny says Labor frontbencher @KKeneally is now “just getting a taste of her own medicine” after she received a “pasting from many on the left” for her recent comments on migration.

Sky News host Chris Kenny says Labor frontbencher KKeneally is now “just getting a taste of her own medicine” after she received a “pasting from many on the left” for her recent comments on migration.

Sky News host Chris Kenny says Labor frontbencher Kristina Keneally is now “just getting a taste of her own medicine” after she received a “pasting from many on the left” for her recent comments on migration. \n\nMs Keneally has recently written an op-ed in the Nine newspapers arguing that migration cannot remain at the same levels post-pandemic.\n\nSenator Keneally said Australia could be 'harmed' by an influx of temporary workers when restrictions are eased.\n\n“We must make sure that Australians get a fair go and a first go at jobs,” Senator Keneally wrote. \n\nMr Kenny said, “the immigration debate has exploded internally” within the Labor Party” and the “left of politics is like a snake eating its tail at the moment”. \n\nHowever, in this instance, Mr Kenny said he will have to actually “defend” the Labor Senator following the criticism she has received on the issue even if it may be “hard to feel sorry for Keneally”. \n\n“After all she's played these games in the past, slamming coalition border policies as racist or xenophobic”. \n\nImage: News Corp Australia

05/05/2020|5minSky News host Chris Kenny says Labor frontbencher Kristina Keneally is now “just getting a taste of her own medicine” after she received a “pasting from many on the left” for her recent comments on migration. Ms Keneally has recently written an op-ed in the Nine newspapers arguing that migration cannot remain at the same levels post-pandemic. Senator Keneally said Australia could be "harmed" by an influx of temporary workers when restrictions are eased. “We must make sure that Australians get a fair go and a first go at jobs,” Senator Keneally wrote. Mr Kenny said, “the immigration debate has exploded internally” within the Labor Party” and the “left of politics is like a snake eating its tail at the moment”. However, in this instance, Mr Kenny said he will have to actually “defend” the Labor Senator following the criticism she has received on the issue even if it may be “hard to feel sorry for Keneally”. “After all she's played these games in the past, slamming coalition border policies as racist or xenophobic”. Image: News Corp Australia

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KKeneally Anyone that's lost there job could not disagree with kk on this occasion. KKeneally The right is all about feeding its mates at the trough still, however. perspective auspol Brought to you by Sky, the Anti-Auntie abcnews oz_jacko KKeneally How real cares about labour and their MP's sky news does , Australian Labour party is not what they used to be and this is another example of it .Standing for Australian labor's and worker is in the long past and not anymore .Marx's is the new labour .

KKeneally The classic lefty response No, you're wrong (enter derogatory comment) Then...No, actually you're right (cognitive dissonance) Then...No, you're wrong (enter personal slur) Then, No you're right (confusion) This is 30% of our population...total neurotics KKeneally KK getting backlash from some Labor colleagues

KKeneally Ha! Chris Kenny - what do you know? You're an opinion stater...but what qualifications do you have? Are you an expert on government policy? Do you have a law degree/medical degree/science degree/social science degree. Your tweets seem as informed as President T-Rump. KKeneally Leftards eating their own ! Typical extremists

KKeneally KK cuts through if “chris” comments KKeneally Kenny has been eating out of his arse forever. KKeneally The squealing hairdo is and always has been, an idiot !

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‘The left’ is like ‘a snake eating its tail at the moment’ 05/05/2020 | 5min Sky News host Chris Kenny says Labor frontbencher Kristina Keneally is now “just getting a taste of her own medicine” after she received a “pasting from many on the left” for her recent comments on migration.Barilaro could 'leave the game' ahead of next election 05/05/2020 | 3min John Barilaro has gone from flirting with federal politics to potentially stepping down as deputy premier ahead of the next election, Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell says.Jacinda Ardern ‘can’t push over the top COVID caution’ to Australia’s leaders 04/05/2020 | 2min Sky News host Chris Kenny says he hopes New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern doesn’t promote “overdone lockdowns and exaggerated caution” during her National Cabinet hookup with Australia's political leaders on Tuesday.South Australia appoints committee to navigate exit strategy 04/05/2020 | 4min South Australia has appointed a transition committee to navigate the state’s exit from the coronavirus emergency.

Ms Keneally has recently written an op-ed in the Nine newspapers arguing that migration cannot remain at the same levels post-pandemic. Senator Keneally said Australia could be "harmed" by an influx of temporary workers when restrictions are eased. “Instead of Andrew Constance retiring from politics as he suggested a couple of months ago, it looks like Barilaro will now leave the game at the next state election after retiring as deputy premier a year or so out from the 2023 election,” he said. “We must make sure that Australians get a fair go and a first go at jobs,” Senator Keneally wrote. He said the meeting with Ms Ardern does “make sense” given the connection between the two nations and our efforts to combat COVID-19. Mr Kenny said, “the immigration debate has exploded internally” within the Labor Party” and the “left of politics is like a snake eating its tail at the moment”. However, in this instance, Mr Kenny said he will have to actually “defend” the Labor Senator following the criticism she has received on the issue even if it may be “hard to feel sorry for Keneally”.

“After all she's played these games in the past, slamming coalition border policies as racist or xenophobic”. Image: News Corp Australia Favourite .