Toby Manhire Owns Ms Bennett

Written By: - Date published: 8:14 pm, May 9th, 2018 - 15 comments
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Ms Bennett was trying to be smugly self righteous about how hard she worked as a Minister and by contrast how lazy Ardern is, when she was hoist on her own petard.

 

Not to be outdone the Nats Leader tried to outdo his deputy by revealling he spends time reading/following Cameron Slater on Twitter and liked his tweet mocking the PMs partner. It is all a terrible accident cos he didnt mean to look and didnt mean to like, and removed it in a second…  “literally within a second” except someone had time to Screenshot it.

Still, keep defending them Nat voters. They are not making fools of you, at all with their lies and deception.

15 comments on “Toby Manhire Owns Ms Bennett”

  1. tracey 1

    Thanks Mickey

  2. Zorb6 2

    Bennett is a trier.Considering comments like Q-‘what do you know about climate change’-A-‘NOTHING’…and the other frequent goofy,’don’t knows ‘ when questioned about her portfolio’s.

    • tracey 2.1

      And still they vote for her… and Bridges who suppresed a kiwirail report last year…

      • You_Fool 2.1.1

        I live in Upper Harbour and i did my bit to try and get rid of her…

        Bennett is #notmyMp

  3. AsleepWhileWalking 3

    Thanks

  4. patricia bremner 4

    She is still on Planet Key!!

  5. roy cartland 5

    I can just hear the ghost of Patrick Gower:
    “… not just a sore loser … but … an active … liability. Patrick Gower, 3 News.”

  6. Bearded Git 6

    I wouldn’t trust Bridges as far as I could throw him….But I rather liked his ” I suppose this shows that too much tweeting maketh a twat” from the screenshot video post.

  7. Mark 2 Zephyr versus Mark 3 Zephyr 8

    It was a ridiculous statement in the first place, even if PB had never written a review. I wonder if JA smokes weed while working out her playlists. Alchohol is totally shite for appreciating good music as it shuts down your senses. Being straight is okay but how many people really party when they haven’t had anything. Maybe children do.

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