The Gilmoron lies again, just go Aaron Gilmore, go. [VIDEO]

More damaging and threatening Aaron Gilmore emails have been released. Once again we see that Aaron Gilmore is extremely economical with the truth.

Embattled National list MP Aaron Gilmore was warned by a Government department over inappropriate emails.

The emails were not sexually explicit but had an “inappropriate tenor”, the Ministry Of Business Innovation and Employment said.

Gilmore was employed as a contractor for the the-then Department of Building  and Housing from May to November last year. He was a senior policy analyst.

Read the emails here.

Gilmore’s contract was due to be extended to Christmas but Crisp said this did not happen “as a result of this behaviour”.

He rang the analyst to personally apologise.

Prime Minister John Key’s chief of staff Wayne Eagleson was told Gilmore’s contract would not be renewed because “there had been an issue” – but did not detail the complaint.

Those emails make this statement on TV last night a bit of a problem. 

Aaron Gilmore has now proven over many, many days that he simply cannot tell the truth. He claimed the contract came to its natural conclusion but the emails details that was not the case, and that he was advised of that.

MBIE Email


Watching Aaron Gilmore over the past few days I have come to the conclusion that he is a fantasist, a narcissist and isn’t particularly well. He needs to get some help and he needs to start listening to the long line of MPs going to his office and telling him to go.

All he has to do to end this is walk down to Louise Upston’s office and sign his resignation. He needs to stop thinking about himself and start thinking about his family’s embarrassment as this is never going to get any better…in fact it is likely to get a whole lot worse.

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They say that news is something that someone, somewhere, wants kept quiet.   Cam Slater doesn’t do quiet, and as a result he is a polarising, controversial but highly effective journalist that takes no prisoners.

He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

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