Jacqui Lambie has absolutely unleashed on Prime Minister Scott Morrison and labelled him the worst leader on record.
The Senator is furious at the Coalition frontman and hopes his party doesn't win the next election.
During an explosive debate in the Senate yesterday (November 23), Senator Lambie gave Mr Morrison a piece of her mind.
She said: "You are finished in the next election. You're gone. You're finished in Tasmania. I reckon your two seats are gone. They're completely gone.
"And I look forward to doing that. I look forward to running my own candidates in those seats, and passing those preferences where they deserve to go - not to political liars."
But she wasn't done just yet.
"[The Coalition] have gone from one Prime Minister to another and this is the worst one on record. He's incompetent. He's not a leader and I'm enjoying watching him and you fall apart," she yelled.
Man, that is intense.
Her anger was sparked by the federal government dragging its feet on launching a national Independent Commission Against Corruption.
The state based entities have launched some incredibly high-profile investigations into premiers and politicians in the past.
New South Wales' ICAC has already seen two leaders, Barry O'Farrell and Gladys Berejiklian, leave their top jobs and many have called for a federal body to weed out anyone who has been doing shady activities.
Scott Morrison promised to bring in a federal ICAC more than three years ago, however we're yet to see anything materialise.
Jacqui Lambie said it was 'shameful' that the Prime Minister hasn't made establishing such a body more of a priority.
"It's been 1,076 days the PM stood up and told the country they'd get an integrity commission in this term of parliament," she said. "He told us that he was committed to getting it done - another lie," she said.
It came less than 24 hours after Senator Lambie launched a similarly blistering attack in the Senate, but this time it targeted One Nation's Pauline Hanson.
Senator Hanson introduced a private members bill to get rid of coronavirus vaccine mandates, however before voting was able to get underway, Ms Lambie called the proposed legislation disgusting.
"Here's the thing: Being held accountable for your own actions isn't called discrimination, it's called - you wouldn't believe - being a goddamn bloody adult," she said on the Senate floor.
"There is nothing else that we have that's been put in front of us that can give us a good chance of actually defeating this and keeping our health intact without losing people that are close to us.
"I will not be like those people playing Russian roulette with people's lives. I will just not do that."
"You are finished in the next election. You're gone."
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