Enraged Andrews junta still beating up a woman for being right

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21 Responses to Enraged Andrews junta still beating up a woman for being right

  1. Petros says:

    Here’s something worthwhile that Clive could have spent his money on.

  2. sfw says:

    I chipped in a bit to her legal fund. The process itself is way more punishment than the penalty that a court may impose. Talk about the prostitution of justice.

  3. Rockdoctor says:

    Another Hulls appointment and interestingly has a low range DUI charge that didn’t seem to affect his rise.

  4. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Here’s something worthwhile that Clive could have spent his money on.”

    Correct but Clive the Clown is only about himself. How anyone can take him seriously is beyond me.

  5. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Oh and where’s the Victorian opposition? Does Groundhog Guy have anything to say about this?

    Oh that’s right, Groundhog Guy and the Victorian Liberals are too busy expelling Bernie Finn.

  6. Chris M says:

    She got fire this girl!

    Good for her. Most fired up ah… females in Australia are for killing babies, killing energy jobs and child genital mutilation.

  7. Franx says:

    A brazen counsel might note to the courts that Smit is before judges on charges of having resisted the mandates while the judges themselves have been exempt from the same mandates.

  8. C.L. says:

    Here’s something worthwhile that Clive could have spent his money on.

    That was my first thought.

    No interest in this from the Grace/Brittany worshippers, of course. The feminist left loves seeing a woman getting beaten up – when the abuser is on their side.

  9. C.L. says:

    A brazen counsel might note to the courts that Smit is before judges on charges of having resisted the mandates while the judges themselves have been exempt from the same mandates.

    Yes, but they’re Victorian ‘judges.’
    The one who presided over the Bolt trial was a former far left Labor candidate. The appellate beaks in the Pell trial and the magistrate who committed him to trial in the first place were all regime judges.

  10. Franx says:

    Mark Weinberg did well, then, to resist the imperatives of the regime.

  11. NoFixedAddress says:

    Whatever happened to the Ballarat woman arrested in her pj’s?

  12. Petros says:

    The Queensland doctors are looking for funding for their case, too BTW. If only we had a Simon Holmes a Court on our side.

  13. Chris M says:

    In the gulag probably.

  14. NoFixedAddress says:

    Dan, Dan, the dirty man and a faithful communist catholic!

    Hope for the Vaccine Injured

  15. Ed Case says:

    Here’s something worthwhile that Clive could have spent his money on.

    He did a preference swap with Hanson and the LNP [and probably quite a few others] that looks likely to result in at least 3 and possibly more Senators for PHON and UAP.
    Unless Labor wants to depend on the Greens in the Senate, Palmer will have a bit of
    clout.

  16. Petros says:

    Doesn’t look that way according to the ABC election tally page. Only Pauline got in.

  17. Ed Case says:

    The AEC tallyroom indicates Seats up for grabs in Vic, SA & WA.
    Hanson is as well placed as any.
    Legalise Cannabis drew over .6 of a Quota in Qld.

  18. Entropy says:

    Really got to get rid of above the ,I e voting in the senate. How on earth do people give up their preferences to be a gift of party tickets? The practice disgusts me.

  19. Ed Case says:

    It’s the AECs idea.
    Basically, the Parties go along with whatever the AEC says or does, e.g. Sophie Mirabella being docked 3,000 votes because the counters had inadvertently given McGowans’s votes to her.
    Clive Palmer has been the only one to make a fuss, the AEC did the same to him in 2013 as they did to Mirabella.
    Gillard secretly gave then AEC Commissioner Killesteyn a 10 year extension, that was too much even for the Liberal Party, but losing 1300 Senate votes requiring a repeat Senate Election in 2013, no worries, nothing to see there.

  20. Boxcar says:

    Andrews entire covid Shtick has been to frighten the wimmen, and keep them frightened.
    Today he did his usual condescending put down, this time of TV person and ex AFL footballers wife, Rebecca Judd.
    What is his Use by Date?

  21. NoFixedAddress says:

    What is his Use by Date?

    There is no use by date… he is a member of their Australian National Cabinet and has ongoing Emergency Legislation in place in his fiefdom.

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