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Luvvie Laura and the(ir) ABC’s problem with abusive behaviour

1 January 2020

2:44 PM

1 January 2020

2:44 PM

In November, the(ir) ABC, ran an episode of Q&A which condoned violence. On November 4, Egyptian-American journalist Mona Eltahawy justified violence while giddy far left panellists merrily sat nodding in agreement. 
There was a flaccid investigation, the episode was removed from iView and we were all supposed to forget it ever happened (even though it still remains up in full on the Q&A website). 

Of course, the real problem remains: it should never have gone to air in the first place. 

But there was no catchment in the production process; because 1000 ABC brains all think the same.  

It’s this kind of foul, extremist leftist groupthink, which has been allowed to go utterly unchecked at our national broadcaster that...

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