The cognitive dissonance of Scott Morrison’s defence is mind-boggling | Sarah Martin | The Guardian

Australians didn’t deserve him. Morrison says he was smarter than us all. Sacked, Sacked and sacked it was never his fault. The PM didn’t go rogue the LNP chose a rogue for PM.

He wants us to believe his portfolio pilfering was perfectly rational – but at the same time he admits colleagues couldn’t be told because they’d be shocked

The cognitive dissonance of Scott Morrison’s defence is mind-boggling | Sarah Martin | The Guardian

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