Kevni The Muss

Tanya Plibersek slams Scott Morrison for being mean to Britanny Higgins:
They have really let her down. No one should be made to feel like that … it’s appalling.”

Tanya Plibersek defends Kevin Rudd for abusing a female flight attendant:
He’s a great person. He is very hard working. He’s very dedicated to his job. The reports suggested that he was unhappy that the meal he’d ordered wasn’t there.”

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30 Responses to Kevni The Muss

  1. notafan says:

    ‘Let her down’

    How exactly?

  2. egg_ says:

    Drug pimp’s moll attacks PM.
    News at 11.

  3. maree says:

    Political hypocrisy has worn me out. Can these people just go away and leave us be?

  4. PB says:

    The pile-on politicisation of this affair now has overshadowed the allegation itself. Finding an angle with which to blame the sitting Government is now more important than any concerns for the apparent victim (and her growing posse of fellow victims with big thirsts).

  5. TBH says:

    Bahahaha, the hypocrisy. How exactly has the PM let her down?

  6. Damon says:

    “her growing posse of fellow victims”
    Wonderful the smell of money.

  7. miltonf says:

    Political hypocrisy has worn me out. Can these people just go away and leave us be?

    No because they are psychopaths, narcissists and grifters. They want to control you and they want your money. Democracy is broken thanks to the emergence of a political class.

  8. Rafe Champion says:

    What about Bill Shorten and the pieman!

  9. egg_ says:

    her growing posse of fellow victims with big thirsts

    Are Labor cads taking note of the list of trollops?

  10. Luzu says:

    I’m sure Plibbers is not intentionally being a hypocrite. Isn’t hypocrisy something we as a society abhor? I’m right, aren’t I? It can’t be a case of side over principle. It just can’t.

    Do I need a sarc tag about now?

  11. H B Bear says:

    Who hasn’t blown up over some of the slop served on aeroplanes?

  12. maree says:

    miltonf, democracy is not quite broken yet, but it is badly damaged, especially by my former profession in MSM. Shame on many of my former colleagues for failing to hold snakes to account.

  13. H B Bear says:

    There has never been a safer time to go on a Young Labor camp.

  14. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Who hasn’t blown up over some of the slop served on aeroplanes?

    The food on 34 Sqn aircraft used to be quite good – KRudd was having a tantrum because he wanted a special, meatfree, meal.

  15. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    Missy Missy, uninvolved and pure r00tee (evidently, allegedly) and young Master Randy, now a voluntary loony bin patient, are both mid-twenties adolescent dimwits – the future of their party/ies.

    They are both a waste of time and effort and in no way a matter for the Prime Minister (beyond sacking War Minister Lindee Chubby Chubster for going missing today, claiming vapours inducing obesity or something).

    Why the useless Liberals have not attacked Blubbersac viciously, savagely, ruthlessly during the past decade or so is a mystery – gutless bar stewards.

  16. Bronson says:

    Egg you’ve done it again!

  17. BrettW says:

    From now on it is clear that any victim of sexual abuse in Parliament House must make a report to police whether they want to or not. If they fail to do so the appropriate Minister must report the matter to police. If the victim fails to pursue the case they should be charged with hindering police investigation.

    Likewise the relevant Minister, full Cabinet and PM and their full staff must be briefed. All should be taken to the scene of the crime to offer their suggestions and directions to police investigators. They should receive copies of statements or video footage of all the victims statements and be accountable for any discrepancies. PM etc to be full briefed about contents of all discussions victim may have with counsellors etc. During any subsequent trial the relevant Minister and PM must attend to show moral support.

    Just kidding !

    It is disgusting how this case is being politicised.

    The culprit is a grub who deserves to go to jail if the allegations are true. However the victim has chosen to air her story via the press before she formally had case proceed. If she had pressed ahead at the time she had a decent case and a subsequent victim would not have been offended against.

    Meanwhile we have the laughable situation where Shorten is offering opinions about the case.

  18. miltonf says:

    Hope you are right maree. The last five years have been an extraordinary revelation thanks to DJT, someone who actually wanted the help the working classes and minorities. So many have outed themselves. At least we know now what we are up against. Best quote of that era- Fraudenberg calling DJT a ‘dropkick’.

  19. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    H B Bear says at 7:52 pm:

    “Who hasn’t blown up over some of the slop served on aeroplanes?”

    I dunno – never? – if I wanted a fine feed I’d ring Rockpool or Florentinos, not Webjet or Flight Centre.

  20. miltonf says:

    Mark Latham of course is the ultimate career politician- protege of Whitlam, Mayor of Liverpool, Federal MP, NSW MLC but he’s a champion of everyman and still lives in the southwest. Goes to show not of career politicians are bad. Most of them seem to be though.

  21. Professor Fred Lenin says:

    You wouldnt have all this nonsense egocrap if we abolished career politicians 1 senate term or two house of reps terms in one lifetime ,6 years max .with no pension or perks . We mighr get sometalent in government then .

  22. B says:

    C’mon Man,

    He got the WRONG meal!

    Seriously!

  23. Ed Case says:

    ***It is disgusting how this case is being politicised.

    The culprit is a grub who deserves to go to jail if the allegations are true. However the victim has chosen to air her story via the press before she formally had case proceed.***
    There’s no case to be “politicised”.
    Reynolds had a problem, instead of calling in the cops and holding a presser, she proceeded in an underhanded manner, now she’s having a rest in hossy and is incommunicado.
    According to Brittany, Scotty is also briefing against her.
    The Australian is trying to help Reynolds by claiming the meeting where Brittany disclosed what had happened was over “The Security Breach”, which is apparently Vewwy Vewwy Sewious business on Planet Rupert.
    It doesn’t pass the sniff test.
    The Security Guards that let them in weren’t disciplined, they blew the whistle.
    When Brittany refused to go quietly, Reynolds and Cash victimised her.

  24. Come on, it’s not like some ethnic female served him a cold pie or anything.

    And thanks ed given your near Monty wrongology we can rule out one theory of what occourred.

    Serious crimes aren’t “ workplace incidents” to result in at most employment loss. They are things to be reported to police and charges laid, not put on lay by like a hire purchase fridge.

  25. Snotball says:

    Amazing how they come out of the woodwork. Often wonder why these allegations aren’t made at the time of the alleged offence? I make my own conclusions!

  26. Roger says:

    The pile-on politicisation of this affair now has overshadowed the allegation itself.

    The allegation relates to an event that happened two years ago.

    The young lady went public with it to embarrass Morrison (she admitted as much).

    It’s been political from the start.

    Canberra (i.e. parliament house) is a fetid billabong, cut off from the mainstream of Australian life and inhabited by bugmen with dubious ethics and assorted personality disorders. Defund it. Shut it down.

  27. Bruce says:

    “Situational ethics”.

    Without them, the socialists and statists would have NO ethics.

    I think it was a line from Groucho Marx that sums it up nicely:

    “Well, those are my principles, and if you don’t like them, I have others”.

  28. Mique says:

    When Brittany refused to go quietly, Reynolds and Cash victimised her.

    Says who? A bunch of hypocrites in the Opposition, aided and abetted by cynical “journalists” who wouldn’t recognise an ethical issue if it reared up and bit them on the proverbial.

  29. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    I had the misfortune to catch Blabbersack on Hi-Alan Jones’ show last evening and she’s a very smooth operator in that sort of medium, i.e. as opposed to when she’s on her hind trotters screeching hysterically in the cowards’ castle (or finger waving incoherently at the likes of Craig Kelly).

    What was most notable is that she speaks in a kind of utterly debased code – everything she claims labore stands for and what it policies would result in, is the exact opposite of what would happen if they were actually in government.

    If you don’t believe me, have a look at the video – particularly the part when she’s rabbiting on about job security, “making things” locally and ensuring that the next generation has a higher standard of living than the current one. Then square that circle with what would actually happen were those vile quisling squandermonkey imbeciles to end up on the treasury benches.

    A text book study in blatant dishonesty.

  30. Mother Lode says:

    everything she claims labore stands for and what it policies would result in, is the exact opposite of what would happen if they were actually in government.

    Is that not precisely what the Democrats have done since Biden got in? Killed jobs, deepened divisions in America rather than unify, not stopped deportations, not sent out the stimulus cheques, not paid off student loans, etc.

    (It is actually good they have not done the last three but they did promise them. And they have left these policies in place I would think more likely because they dovetail with other parts of their agenda.)

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