Dan Rapacholi has been elected as the Member for Hunter on the promise he would stand up for coal miners in the Hunter, but will the Labor Party prey on his inexperience as a politician to achieve the green dream?
The rest of the Labor Party is running around pretending they can save the world from climate change and believe the falsehood that they can achieve Net Zero by 2030 and create thousands of jobs in the process.
Chris Bowen, the inner-city greenie, has just been appointed the Minister for Climate Change and Energy and is already preaching the climate emergency rubbish.
So just how will Dan Rapacholi save the Hunter’s coal industry from Labor’s hardcore climate alarmists? The odds are stacked against Dan Rapacholi, and he may just be the perfect candidate for them to manipulate and fool to ensure the green utopia that Labor is wanting to impose on every single Australian.
If Dan stands up to the climate alarmists within his own party, he will be outnumbered and outcast by his colleagues if he stands in the way of their green dream.
Unfortunately, since Dan Rapacholi was elected as the Member for Hunter, Dan the man has not even uttered the word coal.
Where does his true priority lie? Will he just tow the party line or will he dig in and fight for the coal industry?