& # 39; What the f *** just happened & # 39 ;: Top Shortened lieutenant election negative text message to Labor member

& # 39; What the f *** just happened & # 39 ;: Top Shortened lieutenant election defeat text message is revealed – as former Labor member says party will blow up & # 39; & # 39;

  • Former Labor senator Sam Dastyari says that Shorten should not be a scapegoat
  • He said Labor will blow himself up in the wake of losing the & # 39; non-losing & # 39; election
  • Dastyari reminded everyone that Labor's policy / agenda was a collective decision

Former Labor senator Sam Dastyari has revealed the astonishing text he received from one of Bill Shorten's top lieutenants in the midst of the Labor election's shock election victory.

While Scott Morrison missed out on the opportunities and gained power for another three years, Dastyari received a text from an unnamed senior employment adviser with the text: & # 39; & # 39; What exactly happened? & # 39;

In the election focus, Dastyari revealed that he was inundated with people who wanted to know how the Labor Party had reacted to the result.

& # 39; I tell them the truth. Nobody in Labor expects this result – nobody. I saw all the staff parties at the Labor Party. I spoke with all senior shadow ministers. None of them saw this coming, & he wrote in a 10-day column.

& # 39; The Labor party will now do what it does best: inflate itself. It will be completely lost, & he said.

While Scott Morrison missed out on the opportunities and gained power for another three years, Dastyari received a text from an unnamed senior employment adviser with the text: & # 39; & # 39; What exactly happened? & # 39;

While Scott Morrison missed out on the opportunities and gained power for another three years, Dastyari received a text from an unnamed senior employment adviser with the text: & # 39; & # 39; What exactly happened? & # 39;

He went on to say that history was rewritten after the drastic inaccuracy of the poll.

& # 39; There will be endless columns, wringing hands, and – for Labor – questions about how it lost the indelible elections, & # 39; said Dastyari.

In a video posted on Twitter, Dastyari called the election results a & # 39; outright disaster & # 39; for progressives and the Labor party, but did not urge people to point the finger at Bill Shorten.

& # 39; We are clearly wrong, we have lost the election because we were wrong, and we need to ask some very serious questions about how we are wrong & # 39 ;, he told his 36,000 Twitter followers.

In a video posted on Twitter, former Labor senator Sam Dastyari called the election results a & # 39; outright disaster & # 39; for progressives and the Labor Party

In a video posted on Twitter, former Labor senator Sam Dastyari called the election results a & # 39; outright disaster & # 39; for progressives and the Labor Party

He predicts that there will be a number of & # 39; very easy goals & # 39; will be to blame for losing the & # 39; inseparable & # 39; elections.

& # 39; People are turning around and saying that it is all Bill Shorten's fault, and that bulls are ** it. & # 39;

& # 39; Labor would not have gotten where they ended up, had it not been that they had chosen strategically to give priority to unity over division. And that was a collective decision, I think it's unfair to put everything on Bill, & he said.

The Sam Dastyari tirade comes after Labor was accused of alienating their core voters with policies that were too progressive and divided on climate change and negative gearing. Pictured: Bill Shorten after his concession speech after his election loss

The Sam Dastyari tirade comes after Labor was accused of alienating their core voters with policies that were too progressive and divided on climate change and negative gearing. Pictured: Bill Shorten after his concession speech after his election loss

He further emphasized that the decision to make a bold, progressive policy agenda was taken collectively, and that Shorten should not become a scapegoat for what an entire party had decided.

& # 39; I think it will be really dangerous if people try to find an explanation for what happened. & # 39;

He then called for a fundamental change in the way Labor implements its values ​​and agenda.

WHAT IS NOT WRONG FOR WORK?

The party collapsed due to the fact that they no longer had contact, the unlikely leader and the lack of attraction for farmers, the elderly and workers – alienate many of their most important voters.

Bill Short promised a large number of policies and reforms for the electorate.

The party lost hope with people over 65 who were worried about the postage credit.

Homeowners were also concerned that the abolition of negative gearing would result in a collapse in the housing market.

After six years of opposition, it seems that Mr. Shorten just didn't like the Australian public.

& # 39; I think many of us believe we had our ideology right, but clearly, clearly a fundamental rejection like the rejection we have had, that means as a party, as a campaign machine, as a parliamentary team (s) as a move, there must be a good reconsideration & # 39;

His tirade comes after Labor was accused of alienating their core voters with policies that were too progressive and divided on climate change and negative gearing.

Older Australians in particular seemed to be converting Labor about the controversial plan to scrap franking credits for self-financed retirees.

The policy was so complex that many voters did not understand what it would mean and many feared that they would abandon their money.

He continued to give props to Scott Morrison for his victory and admitted he & # 39; the perfect campaign & # 39; led.

In his opinion, Dastyari managed to find a silver lining for Labor in the chaos that was the federal election in 2019.

He referred to the coalition and lost the & # 39; inadmissible & # 39; election in 1993, where they regained power by 1996.

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