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Michael McCormack used a phrase that reveals prejudice during his stint as acting Prime Minister.Michael McCormack used a phrase that reveals prejudice during his stint as acting Prime Minister.

Why is it so offensive to say 'all lives matter'?

Why is it so offensive to say 'all lives matter'?

The NSW Senior of the Year demands an apology from her local Federal Member as a group of Indigenous leaders in the Riverina warn the Acting PM that his words may have consequences.The NSW Senior of the Year demands an apology from her local Federal Member as a group of Indigenous leaders in the Riverina warn the Acting PM that his words may have consequences.

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Today show host Sylvia Jeffreys clashed with federal senator Matt Canavan over acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack's comments of the Trump rioters who raided the US Capitol.Today show host Sylvia Jeffreys clashed with federal senator Matt Canavan over acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack's comments of the Trump rioters who raided the US Capitol.

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Nationals colleagues are rallying around acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack following condemnation of his comments about the Black Lives Matter movement. Nationals colleagues are rallying around acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack following condemnation of his comments about the Black Lives Matter movement.

Nationals Senator Matt Canavan backs Michael McCormack’s controversial Black Lives Matter comments

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Nationals Senator Bridget McKenzie says acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack is “absolutely right” to say all lives matter. It comes as Mr McCormack faces a tide of criticism after comparing riots at the US Capitol with Black Lives Matter demonstrations. He has also been further criticised for defending the importance of the lives lost in the violence of Black Lives Mater protests in the US, saying “they should know that those lives matter too; all lives matter”. “Of course all lives matter,” Ms McKenzie told Sky News host Cory Bernardi. “Michael’s absolutely right.” Ms McKenzie said the criticism he now faces goes to show “how inappropriate it is to really take political movements from other countries and try and make them fit to our society”. “The reality is, I guess, for us in Australia that we have known for a long time there are issues within our indigenous community,” she said. “State and federal governments have for a very long time sought to address those.” Nationals Senator Bridget McKenzie says acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack is “absolutely right” to say all lives matter. It comes as Mr McCormack faces a tide of criticism after comparing riots at the US Capitol with Black Lives Matter demonstrations. He has also been further criticised for defending the importance of the lives lost in the violence of Black Lives Mater protests in the US, saying “they should know that those lives matter too; all lives matter”. “Of course all lives matter,” Ms McKenzie told Sky News host Cory Bernardi. “Michael’s absolutely right.” Ms McKenzie said the criticism he now faces goes to show “how inappropriate it is to really take political movements from other countries and try and make them fit to our society”. “The reality is, I guess, for us in Australia that we have known for a long time there are issues within our indigenous community,” she said. “State and federal governments have for a very long time sought to address those.”

It would have been easy for Michael McCormack to leave people in no doubt what the Coalition government thought about the violent scenes in Washington DCIt would have been easy for Michael McCormack to leave people in no doubt what the Coalition government thought about the violent scenes in Washington DC

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