All grievance celebrities eventually run out of material

UPDATE: Mmm. National Australia Day Council denies ‘threatening’ Grace Tame call.

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26 Responses to All grievance celebrities eventually run out of material

  1. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Little Miss Surly is rapidly becoming annoying. She should hook up with Greta.

    I’d ask her nicely not to dishonour a position like AOTY by going political but it’s ‘way beyond that now.

  2. jupes says:

    We are at the point where any of these bints can make an allegation against SloMo or the government and the craven Prime Minister will take it seriously. Ask Christian Porter, who was sacked for the most ludicrous allegations imaginable.

    Perhaps if he pushed back at some point they might stop piling on.

  3. Old School Conservative says:

    Go on Scotty.
    Do it.
    I know you want to.
    Call her out. Demand a public revelation of the person and the organisation from her.
    It’ll take courage but you can do it.

    Oh wait………

  4. Mak Siccar says:

    Agree with all of the above comments.. Grubbermint funded organisation, eh? Perhaps the GayBC or SBS maybe?

  5. Ed Case says:

    Why give her publicity, she’s obviously lying.
    Looks like the plan is to use Tame to discredit Brittany Higgins, who is actually a plus for the Government going into the election and was never likely to tip a bucket on Scotty.

  6. Ed Case says:

    Grubbermint funded organisation, eh? Perhaps the GayBC or SBS maybe?

    She’s made it up.
    Tame is clearly a soulless dead eyed psychopath.

  7. Buccaneer says:

    #whereiskathysherriff

  8. Ed Case says:

    #probablygettingonwithherlife.
    Last in the news 8 years ago.

  9. Lee says:

    An anonymous “senior” employee of a “government-funded organisation” made her a threatening phone call to protect Morrison’s reputation.
    Sure he did.
    Tame, name the alleged person and the organisation or it didn’t happen.
    Sounds like utter bullshit to me.

  10. Petros says:

    Look at moi.

  11. C.L. says:

    FFS:

    …Social Services Minister Anne Ruston announced an investigation was already underway into the claims made by Ms Tame during an address at the National Press Club on Wednesday.

    The Australian

  12. Vagabond says:

    This is such a sad story. This young woman is doomed to a life of professional victimhood. The more she indulges in this petulant and churlish behavior, the harder and more impossible it will be for her to transcend it. She is happily being manipulated by the Alinskyite left to score points off the current government. She will never be employable in the private sector and she will never be able to sustain a fulfilling personal relationship. Her only hope for the rest of her life is a sinecure in a leftoid political party or government department, and even there she will never be able to interact constructively with any male co-worker. Given the direction which Australian federal politics has headed and will head under the next government, that is the only possible future for her. A wasted life.

  13. Buccaneer says:

    Why isn’t Grace Tame standing up for Kathy? How can she affect the real change she claims she wants when all she does is bash one side? What happens if all the labour people who ignored and marginalised Kathy get in power in May, will Grace have lost her voice?

  14. C.L. says:

    So true, Vagabond.

  15. Not Trampis says:

    Alas CL wrong again.
    Tame made a highly specific allegation and named the day involved.
    If police investigated this it would not be hard to find out who phoned her on that day.
    People who make things up rarely say things occur on a very specific day.

  16. Adelagado says:

    Not Trampis says:
    10 February, 2022 at 9:38 am

    Alas CL wrong again.
    Tame made a highly specific allegation and named the day involved.
    If police investigated this it would not be hard to find out who phoned her on that day.
    People who make things up rarely say things occur on a very specific day.

    So why didn’t she name the person, or at least the organization? She has no problem spitting venom at Morrison, so why hold back on this one.

    And as for Higgins, I hope she’s enjoying her celebrity while it lasts because she’s going to look pretty bad when they demolish her in court. There’s no way the guy is going to be found guilty.

  17. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    Not Trampis says:
    10 February, 2022 at 9:38 am
    Alas CL wrong again.

    Since you have no mind, it has probably not occurred to you that Ms Tame might be so consumed with her own grievance and sense of self-importance that she might have lost touch with reality.

  18. Buccaneer says:

    The only reason I can think of as to why Tame would not name a person given her history of trying to cast the Morrison government as the source of all her problems is that providing that name does not suit the narrative she is pushing. Nothing has stopped her from saying things she wants to say before.

  19. Not Trampis says:

    Deary me,
    The AFP if they want to can easily find out if a certain person rang Tame.
    The only problem would be if a burner phone was used.
    If Tame helps then it would take only minutes to discover who it was. If she does not it would only take a short time anyway.
    If no phone call was found then I’m sure that would be leaked.

    Alas for some people who have lost touch with reality do not say something occurred on a very specific date.

  20. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    Alas for some people who have lost touch with reality do not say something occurred on a very specific date.

    Cardinal Pell’s accuser said certain things happened on specific dates. Then, when those claims proved to be impossible, he offered different dates. The Victorian police accepted these claims. Perhaps the AFP might also prove to be so accommodating for Ms Tame?

    As well as having no mind, you have a poor memory.

    PS, your sentence could be made clearer by adding some commas. Wasn’t that covered at your kindy?

  21. Lee says:

    Tame made a highly specific allegation and named the day involved.

    A “highly specific allegation” that does not give a name, nor that of the “taxpayer-funded organisation” (which could be literally one of hundreds, if not thousands), and therefore cannot be verified.
    But on the other hand, she named the day, so that proves her claim!
    LOL.
    It would be far more convincing if she named the person.
    But she didn’t name the person, and as Tame is clearly no friend or admirer of the caller it begs the question, why not?
    Assuming then it wasn’t to protect the identity of the caller, there are several possibilities: (1) the call never took place (she made it all up); (2) the call took place, but did not go as she claims, and she is worried about being sued for slander; (3) she is not certain of the identity of the caller; (4) or the caller is a virtual non-entity.

  22. vlad redux says:

    Alas for some people who have lost touch with reality do not say something occurred on a very specific date.

    George Pell’s accuser did and then that time frame in terms of dates was quickly shown to be impossible.

  23. vlad redux says:

    You beat me to it, Boambee John! Good work!

  24. Boambee John says:

    vlad

    Thanks. Non Mentis (the mindless one) has some very strange ideas about the real world, and also seems very ill-informed, even ignorant!

  25. Ed Case says:

    People who make things up rarely say things occur on a very specific day.

    You wouldn’t tend to think so, but people that ,make things up aren’t usually real smart.
    Tame falls into that category but recall the wise words of Mae [Box Office Poison] West.

    Even the dumbest woman can outsmart a man when she has to

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