Jaymes Diaz, a Liberal Party candidate challenging an incumbent for an Australian parliamentary seat, is touting a "six-point plan" designed to combat illegal immigrants from using boats to enter Australian territory.
He just apparently doesn't know any of the points.
Diaz got some bad press on Monday when questioned by Channel Ten News about the specifics about what he called his party's "six-point plan."
"I can run through all the details of the points, but, look, the main thing is--" Diaz began, before the reporter pressed him again to name the six points in the plan.
The Liberal Party candidate never got around to answering the question despite being asked several more times to elaborate.
In the unedited video from Channel Ten News, the reporter can be heard asking Diaz about the "six-point plan" eight times.
Adding insult to injury, Diaz also stumbled during another response to a later question about a paid parental leave program that relies on a corporate tax increase. When he didn't have a response, an official abruptly ended the interview.
The video has reportedly been uploaded by Diaz's opponent, Michelle Rowland. The video has also already gone viral in Australia, according to Business Insider.