Melbourne MP Catherine Cumming threatens to turn Dan Andrews into ‘red fog’ during anti-vax protest

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Melbourne MP Catherine Cumming threatens to turn Dan Andrews into 'red fog' during anti-vax protest
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Disgusting moment Victorian MP tells protesters she wants to ‘turn Daniel Andrews into a red mist’ – with police ready to investigate incident

  • Independent MP Catherine Cumming was filmed at an anti-vax CBD protest
  • She took the steps of Melbourne’s Flinders St station with a microphone
  • She said she wanted to see Dan Andrews turn to ‘red haze’ for Covid decisions
  • Daniel Andrews has responded to the Liberal Party’s anti-LGBTQ+ church controversy

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A Victorian MP is branded ‘dangerous’ after telling protesters she wanted to see Prime Minister Daniel Andrews ‘turn into a red mist’.

Catherine Cumming, a serving independent member of the Melbourne Western Metro, was filmed at an anti-vax World Wide Rally for Freedom protest and march in the city’s CBD on Saturday.

She represented the Angry Victorian Party, the state arm of the Australian Values ​​Party which tells voters it will ‘hold the government accountable to the people’.

Ms Cumming is one of the party’s candidates for the upcoming state elections.

Angry Victorian Party Candidate Catherine Cumming Threatened To Turn Prime Minister Dan Andrews Into

Angry Victorian Party candidate Catherine Cumming has threatened to turn Prime Minister Dan Andrews into a ‘red fog’ – a slang reference to a victim of a sniper shot (pictured, Ms Cumming at the protest)

Saturday's Anti-Vax World Wide Rally For Freedom Protest In Melbourne's Cbd Saw The Highest Turnout For Several Weeks (Pictured, Protesters On Saturday)

Saturday’s anti-vax World Wide Rally for Freedom protest in Melbourne’s CBD saw the highest turnout for several weeks (pictured, protesters on Saturday)

She took the steps of Flinders St station during Saturday’s fiery protest to criticize Labor Prime Minister Andrews for his actions during the Covid pandemic.

These include extended lockdowns and restrictions, which were among the longest and strictest in the world, and vaccination mandates.

‘I join the angry Victorian Party for a reason, to make Prime Minister Daniel Andrews turn into a red mist,’ she shouted at protesters.

“Normally we would call it pink haze, but I want it in red haze.”

“Give anyone here in the military a job to blow somebody up and they’ll do it.”

“Pink mist” is slang for the blood spatter created when a person is targeted by a sniper and often refers to victims of sniper fire.

Ms Cumming (Above) Is One Of The Angry Victorian Party Candidates For The Upcoming State Election

Ms Cumming (above) is one of the angry Victorian Party candidates for the upcoming state election

Protesters Gathered And Marched In Melbourne Cbd On Saturday (Above) To Criticize Prime Minister Dan Andrew's Actions During The Covid Pandemic

Protesters gathered and marched in Melbourne CBD on Saturday (above) to criticize Prime Minister Dan Andrew’s actions during the Covid pandemic

According to her electoral profile, Ms Cumming was a member of the Army Reserve for 10 years and worked as a doctor and preventative medicine technician before becoming a politician.

A participant in the protest said it was the biggest freedom event for several weeks and saw a large police presence gathering in the city.

Social media commentators called the politician’s speech “crazy” and “dangerous”.

In a statement, Victoria Police said they are currently investigating after a report of “inciting behavior during a speech”.

Dan Andrews did not respond to Ms Cumming’s speech, but apparently addressed a controversy surrounding Liberal member Renee Heath, who recently emerged as deeply involved with an anti-LGBTQ+ church.

An investigation by The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and 60 Minutes has revealed that the deeply conservative Pentecostal church carried out extravagant rituals, including the exorcism of a 12-year-old boy caught wearing a T-shirt to skull print.

Mr Andrews Apparently Responded To The Liberal Party's Anti-Lgbtq Controversy In A Tweet (Above) On Saturday Afternoon

Mr Andrews apparently responded to the Liberal Party’s anti-LGBTQ controversy in a tweet (above) on Saturday afternoon

A Participant In Saturday's Protest Said It Was The Biggest Freedom Event For Several Weeks And Saw A Large Police Presence (Above) Gather In The City

A participant in Saturday’s protest said it was the biggest freedom event for several weeks and saw a large police presence (above) gather in the city

Mrs. Heath is the daughter of the pastor of the church.

Mr Andrews wrote: ‘I want to be very clear here. Nazis, racists and fanatics have no place in politics. They have no place in our parliament. And they have no place in our state.

“The Liberal Party actively supports candidates who espouse these views.

“I’m not going to name them – I’m not going to give them the satisfaction of airtime. But I will call him.

“That’s what’s at stake this election.”

The Victorian Liberal Party has since said Ms Heath will not sit with them after the state election, which is due to be held on November 24.

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