Another day, another ALP member using their favourite quotes “I don’t recall” and “I don’t remember”. With the member being a stalwart of 34 years, one would think she knows what her job entails. Or even what those in her office are doing.
To not even know what your other co-workers are assigned to do in your workplace speaks loudly of negligence, or not even knowing who they are, ignorance.
Seems like the Labour Party has had these mechanisms in for a very long time. The right hand has no idea what the left hand is doing. To conveniently forget you attended meetings, did not understand you were picking up ballot forms along with member renewal forms and not to question anything you were asked to do. To not even question what other staff have been doing and by turning a blind eye to it all. With the amount of evidence supporting all the cover-ups, the least she could do was admit she was really poor at her job. By naming one staffer, who pretty much ran the whole show, she does leave herself open to scrutiny and also, how did she manage to keep her job while under performing?
This commission is mind boggling. Names being dropped, staff not doing the jobs they are paid too, the forgery is adamant to see.
How could anybody trust these people who are to represent us at all? When stating that they have these casual workers who only deal with certain non English speaking constituents to get themselves into their position. When is a lie a truth?
To perform work out of hours after stating you cannot access certain places in those times, undoes all the spinners you have said.
Being excluded from meetings in the same office? There is so much more to learn from this.
That will do for today. Tomorrow is the “office manager” who has been name dropped over the last 3 weeks. When the fun begins.