Daniel Andrews: ‘I say what the focus groups say, and I do whatever I like’

In Parliament today Daniel Andrews was all excuses over his broken election promise to use 92% local steel for the West Gate Tunnel project.


Before the election Labor’s ads featured Daniel Andrews stating “I say what I do, and I do what I say.”


After the election we learn that at least 17% of the steel on the West Gate Tunnel will be sourced from China.


Once again Daniel Andrews has been caught out saying one thing before an election and then going back on his word afterward.


Failure to keep this promise is the act of an arrogant, out of touch Premier who will say and do anything to win a vote.


It’s a reminder to never listen to what Labor says, always look at what Labor does.


Michael O'Brien MP

Leader of the Opposition


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