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Progressives prefer to keep ‘their’ women ignorant

17 May 2022

9:00 AM

17 May 2022

9:00 AM

On extremely rare occasions, news stories about political focus groups reveal something interesting.

Last Friday, Newscorp reported on a group of swinging voters who will (apparently) decide the Prime Minister’s fate. The group was mainly comprised of women because most male voters said they had already made up their minds.

What did these crucial women voters – who we are told time and time again have a near-mystical understanding of what is best for Australia – have to say?

Did they fume about the Liberal Party’s supposed ‘woman problem’ and demand to smash the patriarchy?


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