Poll: More Australians want PM deported than Novak Djokovic
In an epic showdown with the Australian government, Novak Djokovic won six-love, even as a stake was being driven through his tennis career.
Published: January 17, 2022, 9:53 am
More Australians would like to see their Prime Minister, a vaccine fanatic, deported than the world’s top tennis player. This cannot be good news for Scott Morrison just a few months before the federal election.
A survey by Newspoll interviewed a random sample of 5 600 Australian voters, asking who they would like to deport more. “It was a tight contest, but 52 percent of respondents chose Scott Morrison,” said the pollster’s spokesperson Lyle Sims. “That’s 4 percentage points more than Novak Djokovic.”
Even those who do not support Djokovic, have been appalled by the treatment he received from Australian officials. “I’m no fan of Djokovic,” one voter told DBT. “But the way he was treated by the federal government is embarrassing for all Australians.”
“Also Sco Mo has completely dropped the ball on vaccines and rapid tests, just to name a few.”
DBT asked the Australian leader to comment on the poll but he refused. “I don’t comment on polls,” he said.
Australia has decreed mandated vaccinations, lockdowns of unvaccinated, and internment isolation in camps for doubters. The Australian government initially said two weeks were needed to “flatten the curve” some 90 plus weeks ago. The “curve” has since exploded. And forced vaccinations continue, even for those who have suffered terribly from their first jab.
The former penal colony appears to be immune to reason. Lawyers for the Australian government insisted the tennis player “posed a risk”.
With mask mandates, quarantine camps, vaccine passports for nearly all indoor activities and lockdowns for the unvaccinated, cases in Australia are now twice as high as they are in Sweden
But hey, at least they’re detaining Novak Djokovic for being a threat to “public health” pic.twitter.com/Q8Giux3XkN
— IM (@ianmSC) January 16, 2022
Djokovic will be deported after a court ruling banned him from competing in the Australian Open in Melbourne. The government’s lawyers claimed that the tennis star had become an “icon” for anti-vaxxers, even though he has never made his vaccination status public.
The government “doesn’t know what Mr Djokovic’s current views are” his lawyer pointed out.
It is clear that the player does not present a Covid risk but a risk to the Australian government’s ridiculous, fact-free narrative since their decision to cancel Djokovic’s visa was not taken out of concern about him infecting others with Covid.
They could not reasonably argue that anyway, because assuming that Djokovic had in fact tested positive on December 16, his antibody levels would be the same as someone who has been vaccinated.
Rather his “position on vaccination… may encourage others to emulate him by reason of his high profile and status,” the court claimed. “If others were encouraged to take up or maintain resistance to vaccination or to Covid-19 restrictions, then that would present a problem for the health of individuals and the operation of Australia’s hospital system.”
Not only does the player face immediate deportation but also a three-year ban from Australia, dramatically sinking his odds of becoming the best tennis player of all times. A 10th Australian Open title would have sealed his legacy as the GOAT (greatest of all time).
In Serbia, President Aleksandar Vucic said the hearing was “a farce with a lot of lies”.
“They think that they humiliated Djokovic with this 10-day harassment, and they actually humiliated themselves. If you said that the one who was not vaccinated has no right to enter, Novak would not come or would be vaccinated,” Vucic told reporters.
Vucic sharply criticized the Australian authorities’ handling of Djokovic. He said a “witch hunt” had been launched, and the media had created a “lynching mood” against the player. “Novak was used to make an example of how the world order works now.”
Djokovic was escorted out of Melbourne airport by two government officials clad in black uniforms.
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