One rule for us, another rule for them. Tax-payer funded gender activists got together in Mount Druitt last week to party, while the rest of the state suffers under harsh lockdown measures.
Police are investigating whether a staff event held at a precinct in one of Sydney's high-risk areas breached any coronavirus restrictions.
Last Friday was Wear it Purple Day, an annual youth LGBTQI+ awareness day. The Mount Druitt Police Area Command held an event at its offices to celebrate.
However, in photos posted to Facebook, a large group of staff are pictured together and in another image, an employee is not wearing a mask.
The images have of course been deleted. The police are now investigating the police staff who participated. The photo reveals more than 20 police staff, some in uniform, not social distancing with an array of communal cakes set up on a table in front of them
Binary spokeswoman, Kirralie Smith, said the photos were offensive on many levels.
“NSW is suffering under the weight of some of the harshest lockdown measures in the world. Mount Druitt residents are not even allowed to see their own family members who live in a different house and yet these police staff members are flaunting their partying on the internet!”
“It is insulting and offensive in the extreme. These tax-funded police staff should be doing their jobs, not participating in highly charged political events that promote an extremist ideology.”