Closing in on Danny for the title of Australia’s biggest dickhead

This is what happens when swaggering, unaccountable jerks grow accustomed to police powers:

 
His behaviour might also be germane to a discussion of whether politicians should be regularly breathalysed.

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29 Responses to Closing in on Danny for the title of Australia’s biggest dickhead

  1. Roger

    This is the bloke who authorised an exemption from gathering rules for an Eid festival at a Sydney mosque which 400+ attended.

    Meanwhile Christians are not permitted to sing hymns in NSW churches.

  2. John A

    That is a fine demonstration of the need for fixed-term parliamentarians rather than fixed-term parliaments.

  3. stackja

    Jodi misquoted Brad.
    Brad should have just stated this.
    Brad has not had a good year.

  4. Robbo

    He is well named but clearly well beyond his use by date. Watching that clip I couldn’t help but think of dribbling old Joe Biden at his worst.

  5. Rockdoctor

    Wow. Photios Party plumbs new lows.

  6. Leigh Lowe

    He’s a fucking flog.
    An ex-chalkie apparently.
    Who would voluntarily admit to that.

  7. Bruce of Newcastle

    Jodi McKay, ex Ncl journo, is one of those annoying people who cause an instant reflex action to my index finger hitting the off button. She could sneer for Australia, except Albo has that locked up.

  8. Vicki

    Hazzard is arrogant and incompetent – a devastating combination. It is astonishing that a) Gladys pointed him to Cabinet & b) that she permits him to remain there.

  9. mem

    I nominate Paul Sutton CMO

    National Cabinet on Friday held its 25th meeting, which was dominated by the Victorian outbreak and its aged-care response.
    Prof Kelly said the majority of cases were in young people, which highlighted the need to assess community engagement strategies.He said while its a mild illness in about 80 per cent of people, about 20 per cent of people face long-term effects including chronic fatigue, lung and vessel damage.

    https://www.heraldsun.com.au/lifestyle/health/australia-pledges-to-share-coronavirus-vaccine-pm/news-story/c1e5f9dd7856db018b7c311918a52579

    I am happy to be called out on this but the statistics indicate that while young people catch it they don’t go down with sickness. It is older people that get really sick.
    Someone should pin him down on this statement which has not been published in any of the studies. And cases (ie positive tests) is not the denominating factor it is sickness and being admitted to hospital and ICU. I nominate Paul Sutton as an even a bigger and more dangerous dick head! He would have all the young people hibernating while he and other medicos wait for the yet undiscovered vaccine.

  10. H B Bear

    A lot of politicians are just marking time till they are thrown out. Health Hazzard is one of them.

  11. C.L.

    while its a mild illness in about 80 per cent of people, about 20 per cent of people face long-term effects including chronic fatigue, lung and vessel damage.

    Bullshit.
    Nothing is known about its long-term effects – for obvious reasons.

  12. H B Bear

    Ex teacher? Might as well just tattoo “wanker”on his forehead to speed things up.

  13. stackja

    Robbo
    #3539136, posted on August 7, 2020 at 4:04 pm
    He is well named but clearly well beyond his use by date. Watching that clip I couldn’t help but think of dribbling old Joe Biden at his worst.

    In the clip, Jodi told an untruth.
    Brad should have just said so.

  14. Mark M

    Why do you ask, Kemosabe?

  15. mem

    Note error above the CMO is Paul Kelly not Paul Sutton. Apologies.

  16. min

    Just decided that Dan is a cunning linguist judging him by his ability to rwist the question to give a non answer.

  17. Hodor

    What is the collective noun for a group of numbnut clock heads?

    Could it be a TURD?

    NSW and Vic State members alike.

  18. Hodor

    Apologies to Mark Latham.

  19. Buccaneer

    Two flogs vying for power, sums up the argument for small government, could be worse, we could be living in Nafdanistan where making disastrous decisions is actively a reason for the media to avoid asking hard questions

  20. a reader

    Hazzard has to go. Useless. McKay needs to stay. She’s a damned good reason to never vote NSW ALP

  21. calli

    He’s drunk.

    He’s finished.

    He knows it.

  22. candy

    Very embarrassing for him, I bet he regrets that big time.

    Lots of people losing their cool at the moment because of stress and being placed in positions they never dreamed of and unprepared or unsuited for. Probably best if he makes amends somehow directly to the lady concerned (even if she is one of the Labor meanish types who goad and make things up to goad).

  23. PK

    If this is the best that Gladys Billycan’s cabinet can come up with, we are in big trouble.

  24. Old Lefty

    I must say, though, that McKay has upended my assumptions about NSW politics. She not only rejected Tinkler’s bribe, but reported it to the police and the ICAC. After that gross breach of the code of conduct, I thought she was finished forever.

  25. Cassie of Sydney

    “calli
    #3539331, posted on August 7, 2020 at 6:16 pm
    He’s drunk.

    He’s finished.

    He knows it.”

    Agree, Hazzard is a disgrace…he should have resigned after the Ruby Princess debacle

    As for McKay…she isn’t a saint….far from it. She got the job only because she’s a woman. The job should have gone to the reasonably competent Chris Minns. McKay is a monumental mediocrity…she’s a product of NSW Labor…think Aldi bags stuff with cash, Sam Dastyari, Jamie Clements and the coup de grace….Shaoquett Moselmane…currently suspended by McKay when he should have been expelled.

    I don’t like Hazzard but I dislike McKay even more.

  26. Bob

    No criticism at all.
    Hazzard was absolutely right to slap down that hatchet-faced shrew of a woman.

  27. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    They should all be dragged out into Macquarie St, administered lengthy public floggings and then hanged.

    Latham being the sole exception.

  28. Rossini

    Why didn’t he answer the question!

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