A Border resident has taken their displeasure over the political comeback of Barnaby Joyce public with signs above the Hume Highway.
A passerby shared photos with The Border Mail taken on Monday night of the signs, put up on pedestrian crossings in Albury.
They read 'Barnaby Joyce not my choice' and '2018 resigned (sic) sexual harassment allegations (sic) 2021 deputy PM (sic) women's taskforce'.
The latter sign referred to Joyce's replacement of ousted Deputy PM Michael McCormack on a women's safety and economic security task force.
Senator Simon Birmingham said it was appropriate and important to have the government's senior office bearers sitting down with female ministers as part of the task force.
"That's the whole purpose as to why it was established," he told ABC radio on Friday.
Mr Joyce quit as deputy prime minster in 2018 after fiercely denying sexual harassment allegations which emerged during a scandal about his affair with a staff member.
"Words are easy to say and can be hollow," she said of Mr Joyce's comment he'd learnt from his mistakes.
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