All deleted tweets from politicians

Liberal Senator for Victoria, tragic St Kilda supporter, curator of uncool music (according to my kids)

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Jane Hume (australia) tweeted :

Feat a great Victorian product, @FourPillarsGin. Just one of hundreds of small distilleries and brewers who have been given a hand up with a bit of tax help in the 2021 budget. Happy Friday, and remember to support small business…responsibly.

RT @MarisePayne: There is no place for violence in our community. I am pleased to join this important national conversation as we address the issues facing women in Australia together. #WomensSafetySummit live stream:

Jane Hume (australia) tweeted :

This Labor’s candidate for Higgins. Labor’s candidate for Higgins undermined the rollout, public confidence in AstraZeneca and more broadly the health advice. When @AlboMP and Labor say they care about people before politics remember this. Ignore the rot. Get vaccinated.

Jane Hume (australia) tweeted :

Spoiler alert: help! The YFYS reforms are bringing super fund performance out of the shadows and into the bright sunlight of accountability. Want to check your fund’s performance, or find a better option?👇

RT @GregHuntMP: In the last eight days, more than 2.1 million Australians have been vaccinated, that is roughly the equivalent of the city of Perth. Keep going Australia. 🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺 To book your vaccinaton, visit

RT @CaseyBriggs: Look at all these pharmacies you can book a COVID-19 vaccine right now! You can find your area on the map and book in from this website…

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 🤷‍♀️…

RT @ScottMorrisonMP: Jobs, jobs and more jobs. Another 115,200 new jobs were created last month as the unemployment rate fell to 5.1%. Australia continues to lead the world in our economic comeback from the COVID-19 pandemic.

RT @DylanAlcott: I remember when I was 16 and training for the Beijing Paralympics, the @VicInstSport used to share a gym with Collingwood. I used to try and do weights I couldn’t lift, and the first person who would come out of his way to spot me, Nathan Buckley. Really is a genuine, great guy.

RT @CPA_Secretariat: To mark this year’s International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia #IDAHOTB2021 #IDAHOBIT - #Commonwealth Parliamentarians from Australia (Federal, SA & NSW), New Zealand & Canada share their experiences of equality in the Commonwealth Link: