Abbie Chatfield shares VERY cheeky send off for Scott Morrison after former PM’s election loss


Abbie Chatfield shares VERY cheeky send off for Scott Morrison after former PM’s election loss: ‘Bye Scumo’

Abbie Chatfield celebrated Labor’s win in the Australian election on Saturday.

The reality star was out drinking with friends as the election results were revealed, and she didn’t hold back her feelings on former Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

While watching a video of Morrison’s concession speech, Abbie stuck her middle finger up at the screen while taunting the politician with her friends. 

Reason to smile! Abbie Chatfield (pictured) celebrated Labor’s win in the Australian election on Saturday

Sharing a photo of the outrageous moment to Instagram, the 26-year-old wrote: ‘Bye babe!!!’

‘Hope you know everyone in this club was happy when I told them you lost,’ she added.

Anthony Albanese will become Australia’s 31st Prime Minister after winning at least nine seats from the Liberal Party. 

Finger: While watching a video of Morrison's concession speech, Abbie stuck her middle finger up at the screen while taunting the politician with her friends

Finger: While watching a video of Morrison’s concession speech, Abbie stuck her middle finger up at the screen while taunting the politician with her friends

‘Tonight the Australian people have voted for change. I am humbled by this victory and I’m honoured to be given the opportunity to serve as the 31st Prime Minister of Australia,’ he said.

It comes just one day after Abbie made a bold prediction about Australia’s political future before the results were revealed.

The outspoken radio host, who voted for the Greens, said that she expected mainstream Australia will shift further towards the left in the next 15 years as older Liberal voters die off.

Happy: 'Hope you know everyone in this club was happy when I told them u lost,' Abbie wrote on Instagram

Happy: ‘Hope you know everyone in this club was happy when I told them u lost,’ Abbie wrote on Instagram

Speaking on her Instagram Stories after interviewing Greens leader Adam Bandt for the Hit Network on Thursday, Abbie noted that younger Liberal voters are few and far between these days.

And the 26-year-old said the young people who do intend to vote for Scott Morrison must ‘lack empathy’ or education. 

‘I really am thinking, or hoping, that in the next 10 or 15 years, as people who vote for the Liberal Party literally die out, and also metaphorically die out in they way they’re thinking,’ she said.

Victory: Anthony Albanese will become Australia's 31st Prime Minister after winning at least nine seats from the Liberal Party

Victory: Anthony Albanese will become Australia’s 31st Prime Minister after winning at least nine seats from the Liberal Party

‘I really do think that eventually our two-party system will be the Greens [on] the left and then Labor will be more like how we see the Liberals now.’ 

She added: ‘I just feel like there are so few people that are young and educated who are voting Liberal.

‘If you’re voting Liberal and you’re my age, there’s something genuinely wrong. Either you’re uneducated or you have no empathy.

‘And weirdly have empathy for billionaires and huge companies, rather than people and the planet.’

Outspoken: The 26-year-old previously said that young people who intended to vote for Scott Morrison must 'lack empathy' or education

Outspoken: The 26-year-old previously said that young people who intended to vote for Scott Morrison must ‘lack empathy’ or education

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