The Project’s Waleed Aly defends Scott Morrison over sermon after ex-PM slammed by Anthony Albanese


Scott Morrison (pictured speaking to churchgoers on Sunday) said people should put their trust in God and Christ, not governments

 Scott Morrison (pictured speaking to churchgoers on Sunday) said people should put their trust in God and Christ, not governments

Waleed Aly has defended Scott Morrison over a controversial church sermon he believes has been taken out of context by the media.

The former prime minister has faced massive backlash since delivering a church sermon at a Perth church on Sunday, where he called into question ‘fallible’ governments and the United Nations. 

The Project weighed into the…



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