There are few things you can rely on in politics, but Golriz Gharaman reacting to valid comments about a queue-jumping ratbag from Iran is one of them.
Like a starving dog she bit at the comments from Judith Collins over his shameless queue-jumping:
Golriz Ghahraman has hit out at National leader Judith Collins for “race-baiting” over Behrouz Boochani‘s refugee status, and blasted NZ First for “dog-whistling” on immigration.
Immigration New Zealand revealed on Friday that Boochani – a Kurdish journalist from Iran who fled persecution and ended up in an offshore Australian detention centre – had been granted asylum in New Zealand.
Collins on Monday said she planned to grill Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern over the decision to grant him refugee status, but then Ardern on Tuesday pointed out that Immigration NZ’s decision to give him asylum was made independently.
Sure, and it’s possible to never tell a lie in politics and this government is the most open and transparent ever.
If you believe there was never any interference in this case and the decision was made independently then I have a good discount on offer for the Tabiat Bridge I can get for you if you are interested.
These Green queue-jumper huggers forget that “Boozie” is a liar;
Asked whether he would want to apply for asylum in the country, he said he did not want divert [sic] his attention away from the objective of his visit, which is sharing his story in the book.
“I prefer to be free of any protest for a while in the time here, because it’s the first time I can walk as a free man, that’s why I prefer not to talk about this anymore.
He already had been accepted to live in the USA, so his claims prior were simply false.
I wonder what the Government will say when the Australians cancel open entry to Kiwis as a result of this decision?
Meanwhile, Judith Collins can thank Golriz Ghahraman for being predictable and biting, thus ensuring amplification of her message regarding this queue-jumping ratbag from Iran.
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