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Prime Minister for Women and her Handmaids of Misogyny

Morrison capitulates to the Left. Turnbull triumphs.

3 April 2021

9:00 AM

3 April 2021

9:00 AM

Last week, boys at Brauer College, Victoria were forced to apologise to all women on behalf of all men who may have offended them. This week, the Prime Minister prostrated himself before the nation in a similar fashion. It didn’t help him anymore than the bewildered students. Indeed, he compounded the confusion by declaring that Foreign Minister Marise Payne would become the ‘Prime Minister for Women’, an unwelcome revelation for females who had mistakenly imagined they were voting for Morrison to be PM and considered themselves important enough to be entitled to the attention of the ‘real’ prime minister.

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