Everyone knows by now about Alan Jones’ disgusting, straight from the gutter comments about the Prime Minister’s late father. Here’s a refresher.
“Every person in the caucus of the Labor Party knows that Julia Gillard is a liar,” News Limited reported Mr Jones as saying at last Saturday’s event at a Sydney restaurant.
“Everybody, I’ll come to that in a moment.
“The old man recently died a few weeks ago of shame. To think that he had a daughter who told lies every time she stood for parliament.”
To compound his offence, he made a very insincere public apology where he also lamented that he thought it was a private function and was unaware that there was a journalist there. I am 99% confident that had this not gotten out he’d be repeating his hate speech elsewhere and I still wouldn’t put it past him to say worse again. He’ll just be more careful. Jones is an idealogue and unrepentant despite his “apology”. He’s just sorry he got caught. Anyway, Jones certainly brought some criticism down on himself. You know if your fellow climate denying, rightwing mate, Andrew Bolt is describing the comments as “very cruel, very wrong” and “shameful” then you really have stepped over the mark.
So with even his friends and allies using some very strong language in condemning Jones, what does the Galileo movement, the ultra conservative loony rightwing climate denying hillbillies that he is patron for,think?
So there you go, the batshit crazy Galileo movement are apologists for hatred. But I suppose they aren’t too keen to bite the hand hey?