Hey, Oz! Why Is ABC’s Lefty Leigh Such A Pussy?


It was late Sunday arvo in Jakarta and I had been watching the Australian state-funded propaganda channel’s ‘news…’

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….not only to see what was going on but also out of curiosity – had that Andrews geezer in Melbourne decided to smarten himself up!

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The threat of the Chinese Virus is no excuse for not combing one’s hair!

But I was distracted; a cat in the street sounded distressed, and I went out to see if it was mine.

Katty is still young…

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…but already a big, hale and hearty fellow.

However, the roads are dangerous, with so many gojeks zooming back and forth.

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No worries!

He was simply wooing a cute kitty!

When I came back in, ABC had moved on, to an interview with the famed Leftist American author, Bob Woodward.

I knew he would be in his usual Trumpophobic form, so paid scant attention, though I had to wonder…

….If ABC ever invited any pro-Trump authors.

As expected, Woodward positively exuded hostility to The Donald, but his interviewer showed true professionalism, keeping whatever prejudices might lurk in her heart tucked away, asking tough questions, really challenging her bitterly partisan guest.

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HARHARHAR!

You must be joking.

The typical far-left ABC fanatic turned out to be more of a pussy-cat than the object of Katty’s wooing.

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Prime example of the simpering bint’s idea of a hard question to put to a Trumpophobe?

Do you think he (Trump) can tell the difference between a lie and the truth?”

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However, I suspect the pinkolette, whose name, I discovered ( not as acquainted with the ABC Coven…

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…as I am with UK Pravda’s!) is Leigh Sales, is perfectly capable of grilling a guest – but only a guest who doesn’t share her own glaring leftist bias.

PS

Interestingly, Woodward admitted that Trump is a very smart leader…

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….who ‘understood intuitively in 2016’ how and why the people disliked and distrusted the elites.

And when Pussy Willow asked the author his opinion on what lies ahead, he confessed that he was ‘not hopeful.’

 

A very encouraging note to end on.