All deleted tweets from politicians

Liberal Senator for New South Wales. Authorised by Andrew Bragg, Liberal Party, Sydney.

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I am all for community groups, but if they wade into elections, they must play by the rules. @abc730 https://t.co/AFhIO3ak8w

Geelong: must do it. #afl

JobKeeper did the job. Now Labor is coming for small businesses with a new tax. theaustralian.com.au/commentary/job… https://t.co/ZInQiUvHRy

RT @MichaelRoddan: NEW: Treasury digs in over a spat with Industry Super, demanding the group explain "significantly higher" estimated impacts of early access withdrawals, after departmental official claimed the over-egged forecasts were inconsistent with regulatory guidance afr.com/politics/feder…

RT @MichaelRoddan: Hearing a lot of doomsayers about accessing super? Grattan Institute modelling shows if a 35y.o. pulls out $20k, they will have a retirement income worth 88% of their pre-retirement income instead of 89%. The OECD benchmark is 70%, FYI 🤷‍♀️ grattan.edu.au/news/early-acc…

RT @MichaelRoddan: Anyone else find it curious Industry Super Holdings -- a holding company with zero employees -- made huge donations to a Labor biz forum that connects firms with MPs (and no other party) even though Industry Super already has top access to Labor MPs? 🤷 afr.com/companies/fina…

RT @MichaelRoddan: Australians paid at least $360 billion in fees to fund managers to look after super for last two decades (not indexed to CPI) Curious to know if there's an example of a bigger transfer of wealth from the working class to the finance sector in history afr.com/companies/fina…

RT @MichaelRoddan: Imagine if Treasury spent 10 months producing a climate change report and before the report was even released the Nationals and the coal industry were attacking it as "ill founded" despite not reading it. That's pretty much what's happening here afr.com/policy/tax-and…

RT @MichaelRoddan: 🚨supa news🚨 Should the Department of Environment carry climate modelling produced by the Minerals Council? Why did ASIC's MoneySmart website carry - unquestioned - superannuation modelling produced by the finance sector's peak lobby group ASFA? afr.com/companies/fina…