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Former Senator Jacqui Lambie more popular with male voters

Outspoken former senator Jacqui Lambie claimed she was always more popular with male voters because ‘all women are b**ches’. 

The former Tasmanian senator made the controversial statement on Tonightly with Tom Ballard on Monday.  

Ballard asked Ms Lambie why she was polling better with men than women, to which she said ‘women don’t like me, they’re b**ches’. 

  

Ballard asked Ms Lambie why she was polling better with men than women, to which she said ‘women don’t like me, they’re b**ches’

Her comments shocked Ballard, with the ABC host prompting her for a serious answer. 

The former senator continued to push the boundary, suggesting she would get more votes if she was cast as the new ‘Bachelorette’ on Channel Ten’s dating show. 

‘Well, give me that Bachelorette and we’ll be polling a hell of a lot better I tell you,’ Ms Lambie said. 

Ballard urged Ms Lambie to turn her attention from her ‘loins’ to the votes and said she surely couldn’t be serious when she called all women ‘b**ches’. 

‘Mate, we’re all bi**ches, and I’m one of the biggest one, I would know, I’m the queen bee,’ she said. 

The interview was one of Ms Lambie’s first since she was forced to resign from the Senate amidst a dual-citizenship saga that gripped parliament.

'Mate, we're all bi**ches, and I'm one of the biggest one, I would know, I'm the queen bee,' Ms Lambie said

‘Mate, we’re all bi**ches, and I’m one of the biggest one, I would know, I’m the queen bee,’ Ms Lambie said

Ms Lambie's comments shocked Ballard (together), with the ABC host prompting her for a serious answer

Ms Lambie’s comments shocked Ballard (together), with the ABC host prompting her for a serious answer

Three months after her resignation, Ms Lambie said she focused her attention on securing seats for running candidates in the upcoming state election.

Ms Lambie said Tasmania’s education system needed urgent attention, and the state’s health system was a ‘clusterf***’. 

Ms Lambie also called for the abolition of section 44 of the constitution, which saw seven parliamentarians referred to the High court for having dual-citizenship in 2017.

Several resignations followed, including former senator Lambie’s in November. 

Several resignations followed, including former senator Lambie's in November

Several resignations followed, including former senator Lambie’s in November

Section 44 disqualifies anyone who has any allegiance to a foreign power – including any Australian who holds dual citizenship.

Speaking on Monday night, Ms Lambie said there was far too much red tape preventing the best candidates from running for government.

Ms Lambie said out-dated rules cut down the ‘gene pool’ which she claimed was already ‘f*****’.



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