Don’t bother clicking the link; it’s little more than an emotional rant about MP Craig Kelly whilst cheering her favourite female MP.
Jenna Hates has written the definition of a Canberra circle jerk about the most “inside the beltway” story of the year. Literally nobody with a life outside of Canberra or the media gives a damn about it.
In fact, the reporting on Kelly is the epitome of laziness.
Because the media have a wild eyed conspiracy theorist to report on, they don’t have to be inconvenienced to ask any of the questions more curious minds would like to hear the answers to.
Sure, the Aussie version of Alex Jones is an annoying tool, but why is he the only person with a platform taking about treatments for the virus?
I’ve not read a single report anywhere about the therapeutic treatments of the virus since about June last year when we were all working out how to build a ventilator using parts available from the hardware store. Remember when the supermarkets ran out of paracetamol?
Think for a moment; when was the last time you read or heard a news report about treatments? Is it not strange that dog isn’t barking?
How is it being treated around the world and what’s proven to be effective? The medics in the UK and USA must have learned a load of lessons now.
Is nobody other than MP Craig Kelly curious about what works?
When did medical treatment become a political litmus test?
I hate all media. Loathe them. The industry is no longer fit for purpose. The vast majority of journalists are low IQ, low rent automatons at best, partisan mendacious hacks more likely
I can count on the fingers of one foot the number of objective good faith and intelligent people working in the news industry.
Their adherence without question to a received narrative shows a lack of imagination and curiosity of mind. There is simply no room for nuance and we are all the poorer for it.
As for Jenna Price, one imagines the last time an original thought entered her head, it was politely but firmly shown the door.