5 Oct 2021

Morrison's Close Friend Fronts Court Charged With Concealing Child Sexual Abuse

There are parallels in the cases of alleged parliament house rapist Bruce Lehrmann and Hillsong supremo Brian Houston. Neither man fronted court on day one of their cases, both pleaded not guilty and both were represented in court by lawyers. Remember, both cases were instituted within 2 days of each other as Morrison attempted to clean out the skeletons in his closet before the next Federal election.

NSW Police allege he 'knew information relating to the sexual abuse of a young male in the 1970s and failed to bring that information to the attention of police'.


Houston was released from hotel quarantine last week but did not appear in person at Downing Centre Local Court in central Sydney on Tuesday for the matter’s first mention.

Frank Houston, who died in 2004, has been accused of abusing a total of nine boys while a Pentecostal preacher.


The Morrison parallel universe

There is a string of Morrison government 'coincidences' that appear to be forming a pattern.

The alleged rape of Brittany Higgins occurred on Saturday 23 March 2019 just hours after ABC election analyst Antony Green called the NSW state election for the Berejiklian-Barilaro LNP government. 

On the same day the Australian Federal Court revealed the total cost of Morrison's failed Robodebt scheme (13th June 2021) Scott Morrison gatecrashed the G7 meeting in the UK.

Brian Houston and Bruce Lehrmann were both charged within 2 days of each other (Houston on August 5, Lehrman on August 7 2021).

On the same day (September 16 2021) as Liberal Party spin doctor Bruce Lehrmann appeared before an ACT court charged with rape, Morrison announced a nuclear submarine deal with the US.

Morrison's failed smokescreen

On the day his church was dragged before the court accused of concealing pedophilia, the only 'look over there' Scott Morrison came up with was to attack the female premier of Queensland. What Anastacia Palaszczuk asked for was more funding for hospitals during a pandemic before opening-up their borders. 

The Liberals famously declared 'We will decide who comes to this country' but that only applies to refugees. Big American travel and freight companies bought in the Covid-Delta strain to Australia under the watch of Hillsonger Alex Hawke and all Morrison could do was attack a woman yet again. 

Alex Hawke's fatal mistake was to let a FedEx flight crew infected with the Delta strain slip in and out of Australia. That mistake has cost this country billions of dollars and many lives.

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