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THIRSTY THURSDAYS - EP2: ALMOST MAD MAX
Beers and banter with Dusty and Reanu Keeves.
-Anti-lockdown protesters hold 'freedom rallies' in Australia. Protestors numbering in the thousands took to the streets in Australia's big cities, defying stay-at-home orders and clashing with the police.
-One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson says the country is in "one hell of a mess" and people have had a "gutful" hence the protests.
"People have had a gutful of it. They are sick and tired of being locked away, having to wear masks and the ridiculous state of the whole thing,"
"So, start listening to the people and understanding what the hell they're going through because politicians aren't going through it like the people are and the businesses." Ms Hanson told Sky News.
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