A veteran Adelaide radio presenter has been sacked 24 hours after he labelled Brittany Higgins a “silly little girl who got drunk”. …
“Security you know should have never let these two into the Minister’s office at 2 o’clock in the morning,” he said.
“Can you imagine security taking someone who was drunk, so drunk I think the young lady said during the week on television she couldn’t get shoes on.
So let’s see the security footage of Higgins and her fellow stumbling into Parliament House. Why are they keeping it secret? Let us decide.
Instead, they sack a broadcaster for having the wrong point of view. He drew attention to a fact that the feminist mob would prefer us to overlook. That mob have way too much power.
It’s not a question of whether Cordeaux is right or wrong, but whether his entire career, and everything he has to say on every other topic should be cancelled for saying one six word phrase out of the million words he must have uttered. Somehow Higgins is so obviously right and easy to defend here — yet the Wokerati don’t want to use it as an opportunity to educate all the ignorant people who might be thinking what Cordeaux thought? Why don’t they ask to get interviewed on his show? If he wouldn’t let them on, we’d know he had something to hide.
Who has control over which six-word-phrases are a magic talisman to end entire careers?