The scenario of Frank having all his actions, past and present, questioned in parliament will be amusing to say the least.
Ro Kepa who will obviously be either the PM or leader of the Opposition has shown in the recent leaders debate that she is no pussy cat and is able to ask the tough questions.
The fact that Frank has a long record of not keeping his promises means he can publicly be branded a liar at each and every sitting of Parliament,. His reaction to this will be interesting.
There is already a campaign under way to find assets and liabilities that will result in having Frank impeached so he cannot continue as a MP. When he is sworn in as an MP he must once again declare his assets and liabilities.
Add to this the fact that Frank does not play well with others and I see a tempestuous, and I hope public broadcast of parliament in our immediate future.
Claiming he will win all 50 seats may bite Frank in the butt as people may not bother to vote for him if it is a forgone conclusion. Contrast this with the current NZ election where the main party will probably romp home but its leader is saying it will be very close to avoid people not bothering to vote.