NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA – Insidious video has emerged online of Australian Voters being turned by NSW Electoral staff after refusing to declare their vaccination status.

Following the local elections that took place statewide in NSW on Saturday the 4th Of December in Australia – Footage had emerged online showing Australian voters were being denied access to their constitutionally afforded right to vote based solely on vaccination status. The altercation shown on the recording took place at Dharruk Public School where a NSW Electoral staff member demanded upon entry that voters declare their vaccination status with proof of certificate.

The man in the footage can be heard asking why the NSW Electoral staff member was illegally denying access to voters without proof of vaccination status.

You should not be asking people for vaccination certificates. That’s against the law. That’s none of your business.

The NSW Electoral staff member confounded by the mans assertion to his rights, went on to specifically ask for what law she was breaking – and that ultimately even if that were to be the case, he should simply take up his grievances with the local MP.

What law is it? What’s the law though… Well I think you should take it up with the local member.

Ignoring the outright debasement of the mans constitutionally afforded rights here by the NSW Electoral staff member – the laws specifically being broken in this case were the Privacy Act of 1988 and Interference with political liberty s. 327.

The Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act) is the principal piece of Australian legislation protecting the handling of personal information about individuals. This includes the collection, use, storage and disclosure of personal information in the federal public sector and in the private sector.

Interference with political liberty s. 327

A person must not hinder or interfere with the free exercise or performance, by any other person, of any political right or duty that is relevant to an election under the Act. Examples of conduct that may fall under this prohibition include, violence, obscene or discriminatory abuse, property damage and harassment or stalking.

Online reporting by the populist twitter handle @risemelbourne had stated that the NSW Electoral Committee (sic) disavowed the actions of the NSW Electoral staff member. Though at this time, we cannot find any such public comment from the NSW Electoral Commission.

You can watch the full video below.

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