Country voters should choose wisely when voting

Australian Conservatives Release

“The latest attack on farmers by vegan vigilantes illustrates what will happen if country voters vote blindly this federal election,” writes the Conservative Party’s South Australian Senate candidate, Rikki Lambert.

“When it comes to the demands of activists, if Labor are the fuel, the Greens are the accelerant.

Many would-be ‘crossbenchers’ are equally green.

Inner city militant vegans that believe the CBD is the ‘real Australia’ will yell, scream and demand an end to long-standing farming practices.

They will invade farms and smear all livestock farmers as animal abusers.

Pathetic major parties and media-loving crossbenchers who fret over Twitter all day will wave the white flag to the keyboard warriors instead of listening to farming communities.

Thankfully, you have two votes this election.

You can kick out the Greens and vigilante-enablers with your Senate vote, installing country people who will remind the major parties and celebrity crossbenchers of the animal welfare common sense upheld by 99% of farmers.”

Picture: Supporter meeting last Friday at Kapunda with Party leader Cory Bernardi, fellow Senate candidate Carl Teusner and Rikki Lambert.

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