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The Twitter Mob Has a Fit

As Cardinal George Pell was leaving Barwon Prison a free man, the pile-on Left took to assuring each other on Twitter that a ruling they dislike represents justice undone. Below, a random sampling from the sewer:

Lawyer Chris Murphy:

Hip cool Rev Rod Bower:

Radio celebrity Andy Lee

Radio ex-celebrity Mike Carlton

Defamation, what’s that? Clementine Ford says, in effect, ‘sue me’:

Wendy Bacon:

Victorian Premier Dan Andrews:

The ABC’s Chaser crew make another attempt at humour:

 

2 comments
  • Lawrie Ayres

    Would you expect better from this mob? They have shown in the past their ignorance of most things and their vicious hatred of any conservative especially if they also are Catholic. Ray Hadley is another who despite the lack of evidence by the accuser and the plethora of evidence for the defence has difficulty in accepting the High Court’s decision. It does show that there are enough people who would find those they dislike or who represent an organisation they dislike guilty of the most unbelievable charges with scant evidence. Pell never stood a chance in Victoria. I just wonder what the reaction of the socially perfect mob would be if the boot was on the other foot. I note the starlets who turned on Harvey Weinstein only did so long after they secured starring roles. These folk remind me of blowflies around a dead cow.

  • Gobsmacked of Gippsland

    Victorian Premier Dan Andrews says of those who make allegations about sexual crime:

    “… I have a message for every single victim and survivor of child sexual abuse:
    I see you.
    I hear you.
    I believe you”

    Dan Andrews therefore believes that Bill Shorten is a rapist.
    Step up up and be brave, Dan.
    Confront Bill Shorten.
    Tell him what he is – and has been for many, many years.
    But you won’t do that, will you, Dan?
    Because you’re a gutless liar.

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