Someone Photoshopped New Shoes Onto The Prime Minister And This Is Where Your Taxpayer Dollars Are Going
Firstly, why? Secondly, why?
Hello. Here we all are, minding our business, getting 2019 off to a good start. It's summer, people are getting back to work after the Christmas and New Year break....
Might be a good time to check what the leader of our dear nation, Scott Morrison, has been up to during the holidays. Let's have a look at pm.gov.au.....
WHAT THE HELL IS THIS?
Someone has poorly photoshopped two crisp new white LEFT shoes onto the feet of our prime minister. WHY? And also, why?
And did someone get paid for this? Like with taxpayer dollars?
The image was first spotted by Twitter user lukerhn, who pointed out that it was a quick edit of an older image used by the PM before.
People were wondering whether the PM's shoes were considered not Australian enough for the PM's home page.
But why did they photoshop it, and not say, crop the feet out of the image if it was an issue? And what was wrong with his shoes in the first place? And why make such a poor effort to photoshop them on the bloody front page of the prime minister's official website?
Shortly after the shoes began going viral on Twitter with the hashtag #shoegate, the prime minister's website was hastily edited to remove the offending shoes.
On Wednesday morning the prime minister blamed his department for the bad 'shop job.
BuzzFeed News sought comment from the prime minister's office. The office told Nine that the image was "doctored" by the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet without the permission of Morrison or his office, and that the PM "likes his own shoes".