Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says Marjorie Taylor Greene is ‘deeply unwell’


Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has hit back at her Republican colleague Marjorie Taylor Greene following their confrontation in the halls of Congress this week, calling her “deeply unwell”.

The incident happened as both women left the US House of Representatives on Wednesday evening. Ms Greene followed Ms Ocasio-Cortez, yelling at her and accusing her of supporting “terrorists”. The Democrat did not stop to talk to her.

Today, CNN reported on previously unseen footage involving the pair from February 22, 2019, before Ms Greene became a member of Congress.

The then-private citizen (and conspiracy theorist) was visiting the Capitol to deliver a petition to Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office, calling for her to be impeached for “crimes of treason”.

“It’s a crime punishable by death, is what treason is. Nancy Pelosi is guilty of treason,” Ms Greene said in a video posted on Facebook at the time. She had previously expressed support for executing prominent Democrats.

On that day, it transpires, Ms Greene and a small group of like-minded activists also visited the offices of other politicians – including Ms Ocasio-Cortez.

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media_cameraDemocratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Picture: Brendan Smialowski/AFP
Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. Picture: Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images
media_cameraRepublican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. Picture: Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images

“We’re going to visit Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Crazy eyes. Crazy eyes. Nutty. Cortez,” Ms Greene tells the camera in the footage published by CNN today.

Her group finds the Congresswoman’s office door locked, and proceeds to taunt Ms Ocasio-Cortez and her staff through a mail flap.

“I’m an American citizen, I pay your salary through the taxes that you collect (from) me through the IRS because I’m a taxpaying citizen of the United States,” says Ms Greene.

“So you need to stop being a baby and stop locking your door and come out and face the American citizens that you serve.

“If you want to be a big girl, you need to get rid of your diaper and come out and be able to talk to the American citizens. Instead of having to use a flap, a little flap. Sad.”

At another point in the footage, one of Ms Greene’s male companions kneels down to speak through the flap.

“Hello there. Where’s AOC? I hear you in there,” he says.

“It’s hide and seek,” Ms Greene remarks.

“Huh?” he asks.

“It’s hide and seek!” she repeats.

“It’s hide and seek. Tag, you’re it!” he says through the flap.

“Guess what? You can’t stay in there forever. Can you come out and play?”

Eventually, the group decides to leave.

“Bye. Bye. Bye AOC, Ocasio-Cortez. Bye bye, baby. Bye bye, baby. Bye bye, little baby girl,” Ms Greene says by way of farewell.

“Ocasio-Cortez, she went and hid. She couldn’t take it.”

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Ms Ocasio-Cortez briefly fielded questions about Ms Greene on her way into the Capitol Building this morning, after the footage from 2019 emerged.

“This is a woman that’s deeply unwell, and clearly needs some help. And her fixation has lasted for several years now,” Ms Ocasio-Cortez said.

“At this point, I think, the depth of that unwellness has raised concerns for other members (of Congress).

“I think that this is an assessment that needs to be made by the proper professionals.”

Ms Greene has spent recent months repeatedly demanding Ms Ocasio-Cortez debate her on the Green New Deal, a suite of climate change policies the left-wing Democrat supports. In April, she approached Ms Ocasio-Cortez on the floor of the House to discuss it.

A reporter asked Ms Ocasio-Cortez about the debate demand.

“She does keep discussing this, but it’s not a thing. So I’m concerned about her perceptions of reality,” she replied.

Asked whether she’d had any conversations with Ms Greene beyond yesterday’s altercation and their earlier meeting in the House, Ms Ocasio-Cortez said no.

“This has just kind of come from nowhere,” she said.

She also hit out at Ms Greene on Twitter, noting that one of her companions from 2019 took part in the attack on the Capitol on January 6.

Ms Greene, for her part, spoke briefly to reporters outside the House chamber following Wednesday’s altercation.

“She’s a chicken, she doesn’t want to debate the Green New Deal,” she said of Ms Ocasio-Cortez.

“These members are cowards. They need to defend their legislation to the people. That’s pathetic.”

Two reporters from The Washington Post witnessed the incident outside the House chamber.

According to their account, Ms Greene shouted “Hey Alexandria!” twice, trying to get Ms Ocasio-Cortez’s attention.

“When Ocasio-Cortez did not stop walking, Greene picked up her pace and began shouting at her and asking why she supports antifa, loosely knit group of far-left activists, and Black Lives Matter, falsely labelling them ‘terrorist’ groups,” The Post reported.

“Greene also shouted that Ocasio-Cortez was failing to defend her ‘radical socialist’ beliefs by declining to publicly debate the freshman from Georgia.”

“You don’t care about the American people,” yelled Ms Greene.

“Why do you support terrorists and antifa?”

At one point, Ms Ocasio Cortez turned and threw her hands up in the air in exasperation, but she did not stop to speak to Ms Greene.

Marjorie Taylor Greene. Picture: Alex Edelman/AFP
media_cameraMarjorie Taylor Greene. Picture: Alex Edelman/AFP

One of the reporters, Jacqueline Alemany, later said she was “so taken aback and surprised” by Ms Greene’s behaviour that she didn’t even have the presence of mind to record it.

“She was screaming,” said Alemany.

“This is the kind of behaviour that would get you expelled from school, you wouldn’t tolerate it from a child, let alone a member of Congress.

“I’ve covered Washington for almost a decade now. I’ve never seen a political candidate, an elected official or lawmaker behave in this manner.”

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Tasmanian Liberal Adam Brooks resigns amid scandal




Controversial Liberal candidate Adam Brooks has resigned, just one day after being elected to the north-west Tasmanian seat of Braddon.

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Log truck drivers claim lost income after Bob Brown Foundation protest blocks woodchip mill


Operations at a woodchip mill in northern Tasmania have been disrupted for about six hours after protesters blocked the entrance.

The forestry protesters from the Bob Brown Foundation stopped dozens of log trucks from entering the Artec mill at Bell Bay from 4:00am.

Some protesters attached themselves to barrels and blocked the entrance to the mill.

More than 50 loaded logs trucks were parked outside waiting to get inside and unload.

Protesters were escorted from the mill by police hours later.

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The protesters claim their tyres were slashed and the RACT had to help remove some of the vehicles.

Protester Gabby Knox said they wanted to stop the trucks from being able to unload.

“Obviously we have no hate for the truckies whatsoever ,we understand they are just doing a job,” she said.

“Unfortunately that job is in direct contradiction of what we believe in.

“We’ve tried writing to politicians, we’ve tried all of the other avenues and it’s juts not being heard so this was the next step, direct action.”

Organisers said they were protesting against the woodchipping of Tasmania’s old growth and native forests and about 20 protesters were involved.

Police said they made two arrests and that charges were expected later today.

“The majority of protesters complied with police directions to move on,” police said in a statement.

“Police remain on the scene and will investigate the incident, including the allegations of property damage.”

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Stuart Lindsay gets paid per load and was unable to work during the protest.(

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Log truck driver Stuart Lindsay said he should have finished work hours earlier and that he had lost income.

“I get paid per load,” he said

“So all the hours I’ve been sitting here since probably 7 o’clock I don’t get paid, so I’m sitting here for nothing.”

The chief executive of the Tasmanian Forest Products Association Nick Steel called the protest “unfair”.

“As we have repeatedly stated, we support free speech but it is unfair and unjust to invade workplaces, causing loss of income and stress to your fellow Tasmanians trying to make a lawful living, simply in order to make your point.

“We urge the Government and Labor Party to sit down together and find a way to pass through the Parliament stronger protections for hardworking Tasmanians seeking to make a lawful living in our renewable forestry industry.”

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Ellen DeGeneres interviewed by Oprah Winfrey after quitting talk show


Ellen DeGeneres has labelled the allegations that she oversaw a toxic workplace “misogynistic” and “too orchestrated” in an explosive interview with US television, shortly after announcing her plans to quit her beleaguered talk show.

Yesterday, DeGeneres said she would front the upcoming 19th season of The Ellen DeGeneres Showbefore ending the series in 2022.

She hosted its very first episode back in 2003, and has since led more than 3000 shows. But her reputation has copped a beating in the past 12 months.

DeGeneres said she was quitting the job because it was “just not a challenge anymore”.

Today she sat down with the queen of the celebrity tell-all, Oprah Winfrey, to discuss her decision to quit. But before that interview aired, DeGeneres also spoke to Savannah Guthrie, the anchor of NBC’s Today program.

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Guthrie asked whether the workplace allegations had “anything to do” with her decision.

“If it was why I’m quitting, I would not have come back this year. Because everything happened, what you’re talking about, last summer,” DeGeneres said.

“Honestly, I really did think about not coming back. Because it – I mean, it was devastating. Because it started with me, it started with attacks on me, and attacking everything that I stand for and believe in and built my career around.

“I am a kind person. I am a person who likes to make people happy. I am a people pleaser. This is who I am. And so when I started hearing, reading ridiculous things, and then it just kept going and going and going and going, and it was during the summer so I didn’t have any platform to respond to it – I just kept saying to Portia, if I was a fan of somebody, even if I loved them, but I kept seeing something go on this long, I would think there must be some truth to it, because it’s not stopping.

“So that made me think, someone’s trying to really hurt me. And then right on the heels of that, I read in the press that there’s a toxic work environment, which – I mean, I had no idea. Never saw anything that would even point to that.

“There was an investigation which found out there were some things that happened that were not OK, and we took care of that. But it was horrible timing, because it was me, then it was the show, then it was a thing that just felt like, why do I want to go back? When someone clearly – it felt personal. It felt like someone really did not want the show to come back.

“And I thought, if I don’t come back, they win. And I’m not going to let them win.”

“Did you feel like you were being cancelled?” Guthrie asked.

“I really didn’t understand it. I still don’t understand it,” said DeGeneres.

“Yeah, I thought something was going on, because it was too orchestrated, it was too co-ordinated. And you know, people get picked on, but four months straight for me?

“And then for me to read in the press about a toxic work environment, when all I’ve ever heard from every guest that comes on the show is what a happy atmosphere this is, and what a happy place it is.”

Guthrie pushed back a little on this point, saying people would be wondering how DeGeneres was so oblivious about her own employees’ work environment.

“I don’t know how I could have known when there’s 255 employees here. And there are a lot of different building and a lot of different areas,” DeGeneres protested.

“And I delegate. There are bosses to each area. It is my name on the show, so clearly it affects me, and I have to be the one to stand up and say, ‘This can’t be tolerated, we need to make changes, what can I do?’

“Unless I literally stayed here until the last person goes home at night, and checked in with 255 people … but I do wish somebody had come to me and said, ‘Hey, something’s going on that you should know about.’

“But there’s no way that – I wish I knew. And of course people are thinking that I should know. But it’s not, there are not 50 people here. There are 255 people here. And I just had no idea.”

Later in the interview, DeGeneres said the backlash against her was misogynistic.

“I have to say if nobody else is saying it, it was really interesting, because I’m a woman, and it did feel very misogynistic,” she said.

The second interview with Winfrey hasn’t aired in full yet, but DeGeneres did post a preview of it online ahead of time.

Winfrey told her she was in “this exact position” 10 years ago when she ended The Oprah Winfrey Show after 25 seasons.

“I know what those feelings are. I also know the feelings leading up to it,” she said.

“So hearing you say and announcing it to the world that it was your instinct and that you thought long and hard about it – because anybody would know that for something that is as powerful as this show is in other people’s lives that you would not take that lightly and that coming to the realisation that now it is time is a process.”

“There’s just different things, as a creative person, that I feel like I need to do,” DeGeneres said.

“There were tears. It was really hard because I do love everyone here,” she added, describing the moment she told her staff the show would end.

“This is my life, and theirs too. But I wanted to give them a year. I wanted to give them enough time to know. I didn’t want to do it the last year I was here. I wanted to give them a year to celebrate with me and stay with me.”

Winfrey and DeGeneres have a long history together, with Oprah appearing in a key role as Ellen’s therapist in the 1997 episode of her sitcom that saw her character – and Ellen herself – come out to the world.

Just hours after her announcement yesterday, one of DeGeneres’ former employees went on the attack. Former producer Hedda Muskat gave an explosive interview to Sunrise.

Muskat, who was one of the first producers hired to work on the show during its debut season, said its demise had come because viewers had finally “woken up” to Ellen’s true nature.

“The viewers have spoken. Her ratings have been in the toilet for a long time now. Her show has not been fun, it has not been interesting, and she’s not really ‘stepping down’ – the viewers fired her,” she said.
Muskat alleged that DeGeneres “despised” her non-celebrity guests, and claimed the talk show titan was not in a position to interview real people because she really couldn’t carry a conversation with them.

Asked what she thought DeGeneres should do once her obligations on the show come to an end, Muskat said her former employer should “work on a farm with all of the animals and the pets and the dogs and the cows and the pigs because she can relate to animals far more than she does with people”.

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Tasmanian Premier Peter Gutwein welcomes ‘historic day’ for Liberal Party




Tasmanian Premier Peter Gutwein has welcomed a “historic day” for the Liberal Party, after it was confirmed the Liberal government had been re-elected in majority for the third consecutive time.

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60yo man drowns while swimming at Coles Beach in Devonport in Tasmania’s north-west



A 60-year-old man is believed to have drowned while swimming at a beach in north-west Tasmania, police say.

Emergency services were called to Coles Beach in Devonport about 11:30am after reports a man appeared to be in difficulty in the water.

Police said the man was swimming with his son at the time and a resident living nearby responded to calls for help.

Ambulance and police attended but the man was pronounced dead at the scene.

Tasmania Police Inspector Steve Jones said it was a “tragic incident”.

He described swimming conditions as “moderate” and said he did not believe the man was a strong swimmer.

A report is being prepared for the coroner.

It is the third incident in the area in recent months.

In January, a 12-year-old boy was taken to hospital after two members of the public rescued him from the water at nearby Back Beach.

Last August, surfers helped rescue a 44-year-old man who got caught up in a strong current at Coles Beach.

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First homebuyers fear missing out more than overpaying


First-time buyers are growing wary of paying too much. Picture: Darren Leigh Roberts


Exhausted first-home buyers fear they’re overpaying for property in the boom market but are diving into purchases anyway, research shows.

An overwhelming 82 per cent of the property buyers polled in a quarterly survey by ME Bank said they “feel worried about paying too much for property in the current market”.

First-home buyers were the least positive about the market and the most concerned about housing affordability, while investors were the most positive.

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Despite this, first-time buyers were the most likely to be planning a purchase, with 52 per cent of respondents saying they wanted to buy in the next 12 months.

This was higher than the 40 per cent of investors with plans to buy and the 21 per cent of existing homeowners.

ME Bank’s head of loans and personal banking Claudio Mazzarella said first-home buyers often had conflicting views on the market.

Many had growing fears they would be paying too much for property but their fear of missing out on a chance to get into the market appeared to be stronger, he said.

“First-home buyer sentiment is getting lower. They’re the most concerned about affordability but they don’t want to miss out, they want to buy soon,” Mr Mazzarella said.

This fear of missing out may have been partly fuelled by the low volume of sales across most capitals.

ME Bank noted a fall in the perceived availability of residential property.

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Most first-time buyers surveyed wanted to purchase soon.


Overall, 60 per cent of survey respondents believed there “isn’t enough choice in the current residential property market” − a 17 percentage point increase since January.

Property experts said recent price rises may also be creating a sense of urgency among buyers.

Home prices were growing at the fastest rate in 32 years earlier this year and the average number of days it takes properties to sell remains low in most suburbs.

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Existing homeowners have responded to the price rises with much more optimism.

Property owners’ “sense of wealth” and ‘general financial confidence’ increased to the highest levels since the ME Bank’s quarterly Property Sentiment report began in April 2019.

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The Taste of Tasmania festival’s future is unclear after the Hobart City Council votes to end its association with the food and wine event.




The Taste of Tasmania festival’s future is unclear after the Hobart City Council votes to end its association with the food and wine event.

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Tasmania declares whole of Victoria ‘high-risk’ COVID-19 area


Tasmania has declared the entire state of Victoria as high-risk as of midnight on Friday.

It comes after Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews declared a snap five-day lockdown in the wake of the Holiday Inn outbreak.

The decision will be reviewed if the Victorian lockdown lifts as planned, but restrictions would only be lifted on the advice of Tasmanian health authorities.

All travellers from Victoria to Tasmania will have to self-isolate for 14 days, at their home or in hotel quarantine.

“I would hope that this is a temporary measure. We will be cognisant of what occurs in Victoria over the next five days,” Tasmanian Premier Peter Gutwein said.

Mr Gutwein said there was new advice for people who had been to Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport after a worker at the Brunetti cafe tested positive to coronavirus.

Anyone in terminal four on February 9 must isolate and call the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738.

Anyone who were in any areas of the airport on February 7 or 8 should monitor their health and call Public Health if they develop any symptoms.

Mr Gutwein said cutting off the entire airport was not currently on the cards.

“In terms of Tullamarine, our intention at this stage is to not close that airport off to Tasmania, it’s an important transport hub, but we will continue to keep that under advisement from Public Health,” he said.

However, he said anybody who had been at the airport on Sunday or Monday needed to monitor themselves for symptoms.

The Premier implored people to take notice.

“This is a serious moment for us,” he said.

“The loss of Victorian travellers will have an impact, there is no two ways about that, what I would say is a shutdown of the state would have an even greater impact.”

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Tasmania’s Public Health Director Mark Veitch said the requirement to wear masks at Tullamarine Airport mitigated the risks somewhat, but anyone who went through terminal four on Tuesday would need to quarantine.

“So that’s not just the times Brunetti’s was a risk, it’s for the entire day that’s because we really need to be certain there was no-one who by chance got infected as they moved through the food court,” he said.

“There’s probably in the order of about 800 to 1,000 people who could be amongst those people who moved through terminal four on the day.

“This is a much more transmissible strain of the virus. Should it get established there will be an absolute need to impose the sort of measures that you’ll read Victoria will experience over the next five days very quickly to contain the infection.”

Only one Tasmanian connected to the Holiday Inn cluster hotspots has so far come forward.

“They’re in quarantine, they’ve been tested, they’re negative,” Dr Veitch said.

Tasmania remains on track for the first doses of the Pfizer vaccine to be given to Royal Hobart Hospital staff later this month, with 14,000 people in priority groups to be vaccinated by mid-April.

“Tasmanians have worked so hard to get on top of this. It’s important that when the time comes we roll up our sleeves and get the vaccine,” the Premier said.

List of high-risk premises in Victoria declared by Tasmanian authorities as of February 12

High-risk premisesAddressDates
Holiday Inn10 – 14 Centre Road, Melbourne Airport 304527 January 2021 to 9 February 2021: All times
Exford Hotel199 Russell St, Melbourne, VIC 300029 January: 11:00pm – 11:35pm
Kebab Kingz438 Spencer St, West Melbourne, VIC 300329 January: 11:24pm – 1:15am
Club Noble45-56 Moodemere St, Noble Park, VIC 317430 January: 2:36pm – 3:30pm
Aces Sporting Club (Driving Range)Cnr Springvale Rd and Hutton Rd, Keysborough, VIC 317330 January: 10pm – 11:15pm
Northpoint Café2b North Rd, Brighton, VIC 318631 January: 8:10am – 9:30am
Kmart, Parkmore Keysborough Shopping CentreC/317 Cheltenham Rd, Keysborough, VIC 317331 January: 4:00pm – 5:00pm
Kmart, Brandon Park Shopping CentreCnr Springvale Rd and Ferntree Gully Rd, Brandon Park, VIC 317031 January: 4:35pm – 5:10pm
Coles825 Dandenong Rd, Springvale, VIC 317131  January: 5:00pm – 6:00pm
Nakama Workshop85 Main Rd, Clayton South, VIC 31691  February: 11:15am – 12:00pm
Bunnings849 Princes Hwy, Springvale, VIC 31711  February: 11:28am – 12:15pm
LululemonDFO Moorabbin, Shop G-039/250 Centre Dandenong Rd, Moorabbin VIC 31941  February: 5:00pm – 5:45pm
Melbourne Golf Academy385 Centre Dandenong Rd, Heatherton, VIC 32021 February: 5:19pm – 6:36pm
Woolworths Springvale302 Springvale Rd, Springvale, VIC 31711 February: 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Sharetea Springvale27C Buckingham Ave, Springvale, VIC 31711 February: 6:50pm – 7:30pm
Marciano’s Cakes26 Mitchell St, Maidstone 30125 February 2021: 9:45am – 10:25am
Dan Murphy’s47 McIntyre Rd, Sunshine 30305 February 2021: 5:50pm – 6:30pm
PJ’s Pet WarehouseShop 2 – 104 Horne Street, Sunbury 34295 February 2021: 3:37pm to 4:10pm
Sunbury Square Shopping Centre2-28 Evans Street, Sunbury 34295 February 2021: 3:40pm to 4:30pm
Off Ya Tree WatergardensWatergardens Town Centre, 399 Melton Hwy, Taylors Lakes 30386 February 2021: 1:17pm – 1:52pm
Dan Murphy’s47 McIntyre Rd, Sunshine 30306 February 2021: 6:50pm – 7:30pm
Sunny Life Massage – Sunbury Square Shopping Centre2-28 Evans Street, Sunbury 34296 February 2021: 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Cellarbrations34 Batman Avenue, Sunbury 34296 February 2021: 6:17pm – 7:02pm
Cellarbrations34 Batman Avenue, Sunbury 34297 February 2021: 5:44pm – 6:19pm
Tullamarine Melbourne Airport, Terminal 4
(this includes Brunetti Café)
Melbourne Airport, Melbourne 30459 February 2021: Anytime
Commonwealth Bank28-32 Kingsway, Glen Waverley 31509 February 2021: 1:30pm – 2:45pm
HSBC Bank38 Kingsway, Glen Waverley 31509 February 2021: 2:15pm – 3:30pm

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