‘Make Australia Fat’: Clive Palmer election poster is vandalised as Australians lose their patience with his annoying ads
- A vandal has expressed the feeling s of Australians sick of Clive Palmer’s ads
- The vandal modified the slogan ‘Make Australia Great’ to ‘Make Australia Fat’
- His image has suffered since his company Queensland Nickel collapsed in 2016
A vandal has summed up the attitude of many Australians who have just about had enough of Clive Palmer’s intrusive and relentless political ads.
The unknown vandal modified Mr Palmer’s slogan ‘Make Australia Great’ and altered a sign in Melbourne to read ‘Make Australia Fat’.
The change in wording was cheered on by many sick of the bright yellow ads displayed all across Australia.
The vandal modified Mr Palmer’s slogan ‘Make Australia Great’ and modified the sign in Melbourne to read ‘Make Australia Fat’
‘I’m not usually one for fat-shaming, but Clive Palmer can eat it (as it were),’one person said.
‘Never has so much money been spent on making one person’s pet vanity project look like a mass movement,’ said another.
‘I nearly sprayed my wine out of my mouth laughing at this,’ anther commenter said.
The multimillionaire has spent upwards of $27m in an attempt to lure voters through billboard advertisements, newspaper ads, TV ads and bombarding people with text messages.
Despite the relentless campaign voters have not responded well with experts predicting Mr Palmer will struggle to secure a seat in the election.
Mr Palmer’s image has suffered since his company Queensland Nickel collapsed in 2016 leaving 800 workers without a job.
The shut down left man workers with unpaid wages and liquidators no way to pay them with the company already in $300 million in debt.
Clive Palmer (pictured) has struggled with his image has since his company Queensland Nickel collapsed in 2016 leaving 800 workers without a job