She’s a witch. Burn her II

Andrew Bolt points out that the Basic Instinct story has changed.

Yesterday:

“It is alleged that you and [a staff member] attended Mr Jason Clare’s office at Parliament. Mr Clare was sitting on the floor playing with his son. [The staff member] alleged that he was sitting opposite you and that on three occasions you spread your legs, revealing that you were not wearing any underwear. [The staff member] felt that your conduct was deliberate, proactive and targeted towards Mr Clare.”

Today:

The Daily Telegraph yesterday spoke with Ms Husar’s former staff member who claimed he and Ms Husar went into Labor MP Jason Clare’s office at Parliament House where, while sitting opposite him, she spread her legs while not wearing underwear.

The staff member said at first he thought it was a mistake but then claimed Ms Husar repeated the move several times.

He did not know if Mr Clare was aware of what Ms Husar was doing, saying Mr Clare was playing with his son at the time and sitting beside, rather than opposite, Ms Husar.

One part of the story, however, has remained unchanged. So why was [a staff member] looking up Emma Husar’s skirt, several times apparently, while she was changing position in her seat?

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36 Responses to She’s a witch. Burn her II

  1. Makka

    Husar is of the filthy left. The fks I could give if she is copping a shellacking. Hopefully it will continue until she is shamed from the trough. This is a nothing burger and standing up for the left shouldn’t in any way be a priority. We should all be laying the boot in.

  2. Fred

    I’d like to see footage of Emma Husar performing the Basic Instinct move just to make up my own mind.

  3. Pedro the Ignorant

    I am surprised anyone gives a rats ring about Ms Husar flashing her lady bits.

    Of far more concern is her alleged rorting of taxpayer funds via Comcar, freebie air travel and employing house girls.

  4. stackja

    Emma Husar tells Stellar why she refuses to let her past hold her back from believing in a brighter tomorrow.
    Emma Husar: Why I will never be a ‘victim’ of domestic violence

    LAURA JAYES, Stellar Magazine
    July 9, 2017 12:00am

    She walked out in 2015 after speaking to a woman — “who was about maybe eight years younger than me, who said, ‘This is really unacceptable. The way you’re being treated and what’s happening to you is domestic violence. You need to leave.’”

    “I lost my sh*t. I was like, ‘She said what?!’ I was in complete disbelief.”

    Husar is reluctant to share the details of what transpired — with Stellar, with the public, with anybody — as her case remains tied up in Family Court, where it has sat for the past two and a half years.

    What she will say is that “there was some physical stuff … but it was much more [about] power, financial control, control around my home. I wasn’t allowed to go to work — but then I would be called lazy. Then when I did go, I worked too long and too hard. I was always in the position of not being good enough.”

  5. egg_

    Trougher displays her own trough?
    Quelle surprise.

  6. YonToad

    The Daily Telegraph should never have run with the “Basic Instinct” story in the first place. I have no time for Emma Entitlements at the best of times but the DT crossed the outrageous bullshit line on this one.

  7. Yon Toad

    Really, who gives a rat’s? It’s just more newspaper click bait.

  8. Politician = Grub = deserves whatever it gets = and who else cares. Pile it on and don’t stop. If this rorting was in the private sector jail time would apply. Oh! And don’t scream foul when you get bad publicity – you stuck your head up and lied to get elected and took all the publicity you could get when it helped your cause so expect nothing but mirth and derision from the ordinary punters when it comes back and smacks you in the face! Rot in peace!

  9. Stan

    Why is Sinclair so obsessed with picking holes in these side-stories when he should be focusing on the alleged outrageous misuse by Ms Husar of taxpayers’ money?

  10. Adelagado

    Sinc seems to be suggesting theres a much bigger story here that is yet to be revealed, and that all this ‘flashing’ and dog walking stuff is just an appetizer. He may be right, but perhaps its simply that she’s just a total bitch that no-one could bear anymore. A bit like the Rudd situation. There was no single, fatal, issue that killed him off. Eventually it was just hatred of his narcissistic, sociopathic personality that done him in.

  11. Whalehunt Fun

    She is a Leftist. This is proof that there no perjoration, no persecution, no injustice which can ever be undeserved. Good on all who pile on. More so those who do so without justification. The satisfaction you are gaining from your act is undoubtedly calming. This is good for your health. Acting as the unwilling target for these attacks and this providing stress relief is the only societal good which this unpleasant leftist is able to contribute. Why have the authorities allowed her access to her child? Surely that should be prevented.

  12. BrettW

    So the question is will that staffer be promoted or kicked out of the Labor party ?

  13. The real story is two fold. One, the misuse of public funds; and two, just who in the ALP wants to settle a score with Husar and why?
    Whoever is pulling the strings must be very well placed because normally the media don’t report anything untoward at all about Labor party members.

  14. Baldrick

    Andrew Bolt points out that the Basic Instinct story has changed.

    Bolt was only too happy to join the Barnaby pile-on and pass comment against David Leyonhjelm in his stouch with Sarah Hyphen-Dugong.

    Seems he’s more interested in protecting a side, not a principle.

  15. Myrddin Seren

    Whoever is pulling the strings must be very well placed because normally the media don’t report anything untoward at all about Labor party members.

    Where is Andrew Landeryou and Vexnews when we need him ?!

  16. candy

    There’s a weird sexual element to the whole story. Bill Shorten and T. Plibersek very silent on the whole issue.

    It doesn’t sound like her use of allowances is any worse than any other politician, maybe even less. Look at the high fliers such Tony Burke, Julie Bishop.

  17. A bird in hand is worth two in the bush!

  18. Suburban Boy

    Husar would be in strife if the Labor Party decided that it was against the abuse and exploitation of workers.

  19. Herodotus

    Yeah, but, you know, Tony winked at some radio person at an inopportune moment, looked at his watch at an inopportune moment, took a chomp out of an onion at an inopportune moment.
    The media is corrupt and politics is stuffed.

  20. Roger

    It doesn’t sound like her use of allowances is any worse than any other politician

    You say that like it excuses her, candy.

  21. Justin

    This pathetic defence of someone of appalling character, morals, ethics does a disservice to libertarian ideals. The excuse that they are all crap is pathetic. How about Husar’s alleged victims at least being treated to a proper enquirer by the APSC or fair work Australia rather than a internal investigation playing cover for Shorten. Even then it would loaded. How about the sanctimonious hypocrisy of a party playing endlessly on the politics of grievance providing cover for a woman accused by 20 staff of sexism, bullying, rorting, and abuse. Imagine if Husar was male! And worse conservative!

  22. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    Them’s commies, burn them.

  23. Habib

    Difficult not to look when someone keeps winking at you.

  24. Cassie of Sydney

    “Baldrick
    #2779979, posted on August 3, 2018 at 4:03 pm
    Andrew Bolt points out that the Basic Instinct story has changed.

    Bolt was only too happy to join the Barnaby pile-on and pass comment against David Leyonhjelm in his stouch with Sarah Hyphen-Dugong.

    Seems he’s more interested in protecting a side, not a principle.”

    Yep, he wasn’t terribly compassionate towards Vicki Campion after her photo was crudely splashed across the front page of the Telegraph. And he denounced Leyonhjelm in a most sanctimoniously pious manner worthy of a papal inquisition. Bolt is a wuss who wants to be liked by everyone.

  25. Pickles

    Old mate couldn’t work out how a water bag with such a big tear in it wasn’t leaking.

  26. egg_

    How about the sanctimonious hypocrisy of a party playing endlessly on the politics of grievance

    Virtue signalling to wymminses yet full of lechers?

  27. JohnA

    The first Bulldust Alert should have been the source of the leaks: Buzzfeed, as in:

    BuzzFeed, Inc. is an American Internet media and news company based in New York City. The firm is a news and entertainment company with a focus on digital media.

    As someone above pointed out – clickbait.

  28. sdfc

    Buzzfeed seems susceptible to stories that that muddy the water by mixing fact with fiction.

  29. BorisG

    Can she sue for defamation?

  30. Helen

    There’s a weird sexual element to the whole story. Bill Shorten and T. Plibersek very silent on the whole issue

    Yep. Emma has girlfriends. Emma and Chloe good friends. Maybe Bill jumped to wild conclusions and is taking his Malcolm style unuion revenge?

  31. Helen

    I am sorry I fell down the sinkhole of the witch hunt against Barnaby. There is obviously an agenda there to get rid of anti Glowball Warmening Pollies – Lord Monkton warned us re Abbott – that there were moves afoot from O/S to unseat him, Barnaby gone to the back bench and now Dutton will have the fight of his life defending his seat against getdownonbill and labor(sic) fresh from their triumphs in the Super saturday elections.

    One by one the conservatives, the sceptics are going to a place of irrelevance. It must annoy the hell out of the plotters that neither Abbott or Barnaby walked, but stayed on the back bench. There was immense pressure on Abbott to resign.

    I’m starting to think there is an agenda here.

  32. Combine Dave

    If there’s any truth to the matter she must resign and immediately.

  33. Whalehunt Fun

    The media is corrupt and politics is stuffed.

    No, what the media is, is the enemy of the people.
    This of course is why we laughed so hard that the tears were sliding down our legs when the imbecilic Fairfax cretins that pretend to be journalists were whining hard when they could see the permanent unemployment and destitution of them and their families staring them in the face.
    It will be so much fun to flip their children a bent coin as we pass them begging on the streets on our way to work, and watch them spill blood fighting over it. There never were people so deserving of utter misery and inhumane treatment.

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