Emma Husar is reading a VERY inappropriate ‘for children’ story about staying inside in a corona virus crisis
Former MP Emma Husar reads a VERY inappropriate “children’s book” about staying inside during the coronavirus lock
- Former Federal Member of Parliament Emma Husar wrote a storybook with COVID-19 advice
- The book, entitled ‘Stay the f *** at home’. urges Austalians to remain locked
- She has read the children’s books aloud online to provide isolated support
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A former federal MP has written a blasphemy-laden storybook to send a message to Australians during the coronavirus lock.
Emma Husar last week read children’s books on her Facebook and Instagram accounts to support school children in self-isolation
But the latest episode doesn’t seem to be aimed at kids, as the video is littered with swear words.
The mother of three shared the video acknowledging that the content was not ‘G-rated’ but ‘contained’important message for all those who struggle with how to behave during lockdown.
Her version is titled ‘stay home ***’ and refers to ways in which Australians can have fun while taking out instead of taking part in their usual activities
“If everyone shows my mom that i’m under house arrest for a month. That’s actually fine under the circumstances, ”she wrote.
Ms. Husar reads aloud a modified version of the Adam Mansback story ‘Go the f *** to sleep’ described as a ‘children’s book for adults’.
Her version is titled ‘stay the f *** at home’ and refers to ways in which Australians can have fun during lockdown rather than taking part in their usual activities.
“No more lotteries for a chook, the pubs have closed their doors, it’s time you learned to cook – so you can stay inside the f ***,” she reads.
The former member of Lindsay placed herself in 14-day self-quarantine after returning to Australia two weeks ago
“Stop going to the gym, this virus is invisible, and you can’t bother Bondi for your arvo swimming, so stay home.
“This virus lives on what you touch, I’ll let you do some yoga online, I know it’s not much, you can just do it at home.”
The former Labor member of Lindsay placed herself in 14-day self-quarantine after returning to Australia two weeks ago.
Ms. Husar said she wanted to use her time indoors to use her platform and share the importance of self-isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia.
“I really wanted to do something that would help the current situation and spread within my community and protect vulnerable people,” she wrote.
“I know that young people don’t always like the lecture-like political and health messages. I wish they had something that was fun and so recognizable. she wrote.
The video was well received by most of her followers, but one of them was upset about the language used – they said to turn it off because the ‘vulgar adverbs’ detracted from the message.
Ms. Husar represented the Labor Party in West Sydney between 2016 and 2019, before being removed as a candidate for Lindsay in December 2018.
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 rose to 5,105 in Austalia on Thursday, including 23 deaths