Mean Girls refuse to apologise, suggest Kitching was a liar

The allegations of bullying are untrue. Other assertions which have been made are similarly inaccurate.”

Yes, always expect a double-down from the cornered. Kitching made official complaints of bullying in 2021 to Deputy Labor leader Richard Marles and workplace safety consultants. The charge isn’t just some nebulous sledge being put about by columnists or the government. That means the nasty trio’s statement is an attack on Senator Kitching’s honesty and contempt for the respite she sought. Many witnesses have come forward to support the allegations – most from Labor’s ranks. Anthony Albanese must initiate an inquiry or be written off as an apologist for, arguably, the most damaging attack on a woman in the history of the Parliament.

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16 Responses to Mean Girls refuse to apologise, suggest Kitching was a liar

  1. Gab says:

    NO this can’t be true! I know Wong supports women, she even said so!

  2. jupes says:

    Albanese must initiate an inquiry or be written off as an apologist for, arguably, the most damaging attack on a woman in the history of the Parliament.

    Maybe second. They put Pauline Hanson in jail. Had a lot in common Pauline and Kimberley, hence they became good friends.

  3. Buccaneer says:

    All that hot air about mental health, it’s the same in the general workforce. Make a big deal, tick all the boxes but if someone puts their hand up because they think they might have a problem, close ranks and marginalise them until they leave,…. or something. If the union movement was worth a pinch of p!ss they would be all over this stuff telling the community that it’s unforgivable that part of their movement behaved this way when they have supposedly worked so hard to protect the vulnerable, but once again, when their own self interest is threatened they victim blame and throw them to the wolves.

    Just ask Gillian Sneddon how it works…

  4. rosie says:

    One thing for sure, this isn’t over.

  5. Lee says:

    A study in contrast:

    Woman who claims to be sexual victim of Christian Porter (Lib) later recants just before dying: she was telling the truth originally according to Labor and the left, and Porter should be investigated, if not put on trial.

    Kimberly Kitching makes serious allegations of bullying against her by her own colleagues, which are on the record and which she never recants, she subsequently dies: according to colleagues and lefties tacitly she is a liar, and there should be no independent investigation because of “death” or whatever.

    As I have observed before, if the left didn’t have double standards they would have none at all.

  6. Lee says:

    Anthony Albanese must initiate an inquiry or be written off as an apologist for, arguably, the most damaging attack on a woman in the history of the Parliament.

    Will never happen; these are Labor people and Albo’s closest factional mates, not conservatives or LNP politicians.

  7. bollux says:

    All comes back to Q. How do you know when a politician is lying? A. their lips move.

  8. Shy Ted says:

    Michael Smith has an article bursting Kitching’ halo. Which people know but choose to forget because she was nice.

  9. Ed Case says:

    Woman who claims to be sexual victim of Christian Porter (Lib) later recants just before dying:

    Even for you, that’s low.
    The truth is that the SAPOL investigation was going nowhere, she withdrew the complaint and suicided the next day.

  10. Lee says:

    Even for you, that’s low.

    Says the man who just makes up stuff.
    I resent the inference dick Ed.

  11. Entropy says:

    Ed case is the low person here.

  12. Not Trampis says:

    It was the NSW police and they really di not do anything.

    Look at when they stopped their investigation and when she took her life.

    She NEVER recanted.

    I would like to know what bullying took place. Easy to know in say Banks case. no-one has pointed out the bullying here. Being excluded from a committee isn’t bullying.

  13. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    It was the NSW police and they really di not do anything.

    SA Police, but what’s a minor detail. Have you seen the Police file? Or you just crossing your fingers and hoping?

    I would like to know what bullying took place. Easy to know in say Banks case. no-one has pointed out the bullying here. Being excluded from a committee isn’t bullying.

    Patience, young Padawan. Once you manage to pass pre-school, you might even learn enough to read the allegations.

  14. Not Trampis says:

    No it was the NSW police ‘investigating’ as the incident occurred in NSW. Funny about that.

    As I thought no specific allegations at all. It seems to me that Kim Carr has a better argument than the late Kimberly and he di not have one at all.

  15. Buccaneer says:

    Oh look, the definition of bullying includes keeping someone out of a group, and ganging up on someone and spreading rumours or lies, something they don’t seem to be able to stop doing even though the poor victim had a heart attack.

    Isn’t it interesting how humanity only goes to the chosen ones on the left, one might be tempted to conclude their defense of the disadvantaged is only a ploy to win power.

  16. Boambee John says:

    Buccaneer

    Please don’t confuse Non Mentis with facts. He was unable to complete pre-school before he reached 18, and was sent out into the wide world to inflict his inane babble on innocent passers-by.

    PS, be patient with him, he is now totally confused between the Porter case (investigated in NSW, though the SA Police also had input as the complainant lived there) and the Kimberley Kitching case, which does not seem, so far, to have involved Police either in Victoria (where she lived) or Canberra (where at least some of the bullying seems to have occurred). He is by no means the sharpest tool in the shed.

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