When John Key said he wouldn’t like to be in her shoes if anything more came out about Judith Collins, he presumably just meant that they looked uncomfortable. I mean high-heels, who invented those? Crazy.
Since then we’ve had far more details showing just how much she lied about her immaculately planned hour long ‘cup of tea’, a long way from the airport (purpose of visit from briefing: to benefit Oravida). We’ve learnt about how Oravida wanted her to talk to [redacted] about their supply issues when she went over, Oravida organising a dinner with [redacted] and their CEO, MFAT being requested to organise the Ambassador to go and to give a briefing, a lot of internal discussion going on before it being ‘squared away’ by it now being a private dinner, and Oravida receiving their import clearance certificate some weeks later, followed 3 days later by a $30,000 further donation to National.
And we’ve had Collins attack and threaten the parliamentary press gallery.
How are those shoes John?
But it’s all right, it’s all those people on Twitter’s fault.
Apparently they’re trolls and bottom-feeders and Judith has to be nasty and vindictive to them. It’s not her fault if she occasionally fails the test of humanity and gets recognised as a replicant.
So now National are swearing off engaging on social media (JK: only use it to put out pictures of what you’re up to). Because they wouldn’t to listen to what New Zealanders are trying to tell them.
That’d be far too unpleasant.