Channel Seven Reporter Takes To Twitter After Being Called Rude By Queensland Premier

Channel Seven Reporter Takes To Twitter After Being Called Rude By Queensland Premier

Queensland Premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk, called channel Seven journalist Bianco Stone rude during a COVID-19 press conference yesterday.

Just days before, the Queensland Premier alongside chief health officer Dr Jeannette Young, controversially told young people not to get the AstraZeneca vaccine jab.

Yesterday, Palaszczu double-downed on yesterdays comments and advised Queenslanders to, “listen to what Young has said,” but also added for Queenslanders to go and see their, “own doctors.”

After the press conference, Stone said: “After the stunt yesterday, when you had your health minister get up and say, we tried to get all these Pfizer vaccinations.”

Palaszuzuk interrupted Stone before she could ask her question and asked for Stone’s name.

Stone said: “Bianca Stone.”

Palazcsuk said: “Hi Biance,”

Stone began to ask her question again, but Palazcuk interrupted her.

“I won’t answer people being rude, you are being very rude. Anyone else with a question?” Palazcuk asked.

Stone took to Twitter to call out the Queensland Premier after the incident.

The Queensland Premier’s vaccine claims, come in the middle of another COVID-19 lockdown in Sydney.




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