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Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk continues to put off her decision on the NSW border re-opening, as she begins to take barbs from down south in the final days of the state election.
Today, things only got worse as Hot Mess Gladys revealed that she is totally off the Queensland Premier.
Hot Mess Gladys accused Queensland of closing its borders “without reason” – which is a claim that kind of skims over the whole global pandemic that our nation has been in the grips of for 10 months now.
The stoush over border closures marks the newest drama in what has been a big fortnight for Gladys – one that has seen her public denounce her deadbeat ex-boyfriend while being hammered with questions in a gruelling ICAC hearing.
However, after her most recent panic attack, which was onset by her drunken decision to draw out a couple hundred million dollars from a Haymarket ATM, Hot Mess Gladys just ‘can’t be effed’ to deal with her Queensland political contemporary today.
Sitting at home this afternoon, The NSW Premier has decided to take an axe to Palaszczuk’s public image by entering her into The Burn Book.
As was outlined in the iconic 2004 teen comedy Mean Girls, The Burn Book is a book created by the mean girls to spread rumours, stories and gossip about all the girls (and several guys) who go to the ironically named North Shore High School.
Today, Hot Mess Gladys has pasted a photo of the Queensland Premier onto page 83 of the Burn Book with the following caption.
“This girl is the nastiest skank bitch I’ve ever met. Do not trust her. She is a leftie dictator!!” read the scribbled slur.
The QLD Premier has responded to these accusations with fire.
“I’m not going to be lectured by the Premier of New South Wales,” Ms Palaszczuk said in response.
“What happened to all working together? I mean, that’s what we do — we go into that National Cabinet, and we want to work together.”
Ms Palaszczuk said a decision on the borders would be made before the end of October after consultation with the state’s Chief Health Officer.
MORE ICAC TO COME.