Keith Duncan, Pimlico
Since the inglorious downfall of that traitor Trump, the outrage and crackpot conspiracy theories belching from headline Sky News presenters, (we all know who these right-wing clowns are), has become hysterical; they’re even having psychotic episodes on camera.
The rightist propaganda is now so bizarre that the regulatory authority should consider severely restricting children’s viewing times, unless under parental supervision; and even then, only for short periods to also protect the parents from permanent psychological damage.
It is a great pleasure to know ex-prime-minister Kevin Rudd has recently cornered Sky presenter, Peta Credlin (who maliciously defamed him over his on-line petition calling for a royal commission into ever-increasing right-wing misinformation being peddled by the Murdoch empire) into a grovelling on-air apology.
Another right-wing ideologue of Sky News, constantly venting salacious misinformation, browbeating, and verballing interviewees and defending lawsuits, Alan Jones, has also been forced into a humiliating retraction for making false claims regarding popular Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews’ efficient handling of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Obviously a similar business model now exists between the Murdoch-owned Sky News in Australia and Fox News in America, where a recent, deliberate campaign of misinformation supported Trump’s treasonous attempted coup aimed at bringing down America’s democratically elected government.