Australia Barnaby Joyce's father-in-law to run for politics but NOT on his side
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Barnaby Joyce's estranged father-in-law will stand at the next election for Clive Palmer's United Australia Party.
Peter Campion, the colourful father of Vikki Campion, will contest the northseat of Kennedy at the 2022 election.
Mr Campion has repeatedly lashed out at his son-in-law Barnaby Joyce in bizarre terms - describing him as a 'sheep' that deserved to be 'roasted on a spit.'
Kennedy is currently held by maverick independent MP Bob Katter, who has represented the electorate since 1993.
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Mr Campion said he would campaign for reducing large levels of government debt and stopping net-zero emissions targets.
'Net-zero means no jobs and no future for our community, and we have got to stop the Liberal-Labor alliance,' he said in a statement.
'I think all members of the community appreciate Mr Katter's service to the people of Queensland and recognise that he is entitled to spend more time with his family.'
Mr Campion publicly lashed out at Mr Joyce after learning about his daughter's pregnancy through the media.
Ms Campion and Mr Joyce were exposed as having a love affair that resulted in a child following the breakdown of his marriage in 2017.
Their relationship began while Ms Campion was still working for Mr Joyce at Parliament House in Canberra.
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Mr Campion later told reporters Mr Joyce deserved to be roasted 'like the lamb he is.'
'We're saving a place by the fire and by the fire, I mean over the fire. I've got rather a taste for lamb roast at the moment and I think the Deputy Prime Minister on a spit would be quite a sight,' he said.
Prior to the announcement Ms Campion had not spoken to her father for several years but the now-politician had no reservations about criticising his son-in-law.
'Vikki's mother and I think that with Baaa-naby [sic] as dad the kid will probably be a perfect little lamb,' he said in a statement made to the.
Mr Campion's new opponent isn't without his fair share of controversies.
In early 2019 Mr Katter was slammed by Australian mental health groups after calling homosexuality a 'fashion statement.'
'In my whole life up to 50, I had never seen or heard of a homosexual person. Now it's fashionable, it's just like a fashion trend - tomorrow there'll be another fashion,' he said.
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The United Australia Party founder and former member for Fairfax in Queensland received a net approval rating of minus 51 in a recent survey.The United Australia Party founder and former member for Fairfax in Queensland received a net approval rating of minus 51 in a recent survey published by Nine Newspapers.
'I just don't want to waste any time on it.'
The comments were slammed as 'damaging' to young people at risk.
Mr Katter holds the seat on a 13 per cent margin, with the long-serving MP boosting his margin by more than two per cent at the last election.
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