A black day in Melbourne’s history

In 2014 we elect a premier whose most saleable campaign promise is that he will eliminate rail crossings at major intersections. And then, by chance, he is still premier when Covid becomes a worldwide pandemic and he’s in charge of the Victorian response. So this is where we are now at.

Looks more like a rugby crowd than Aussie Rules.

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