Clementine Ford rescued by white male taxpayers


Last week we learned of the public meltdown of serial doughnut enveloper Clementine Ford as she quit her job in a hissy fit because she was asked to adhere to some very basic standards. Well the journalist gossip lines have been running hot on this all weekend and now it emerges as to what exactly caused her to quit her job so unexpectedly.

Four months later, in January, there was a separate dispute about a Ford column due to run in the Daily Life section of the SMH and The Age.

Diary has been told by one ­senior SMH source the column was about “calls” for laws in Australia to be relaxed to allow women to carry guns.

The SMH operative claimed Ford was given “some unremarkable editorial feedback” on the column by her section editor. “Her decision to resign was a surprise to everyone here,” the high-level SMH source said.

So there you have it. Misandrist Ford wants only women in Australia to be allowed to carry guns. I presume that if she had got her wish then her next push would have been for women to be given the legal benefit of the doubt after they shot a man in the face for stepping back in the lift and allowing her to exit first.

I was glued to Ford’s Twitter feed all week in breathless expectation of her tweeting out any messages to fans who had decided to drop a buck a month to her Patreon account. Alas, I was disappointed. But she did tweet something else, apparently:

Ford tweeted at the end of last week that she had picked up some work at Morry Schwartz’s The Saturday Paper and at ABC Life, the public broadcaster’s lifestyle site.

Of course she has. Who of us did not suspect for a second that the far-left infested ABC would not step in to rescue this damsel in distress? Now Ford can continue her very public manhating campaigns while being paid by the taxpayer. How about that? Australian white men get to pay for the privilege of Clementine Ford writing about how much she hates them and that they should all die. And I mean that literally.

What a simply inspired choice for the ABC to hire for their lifestyle program. I wonder what lifestyle aspects Ford will write about. Perhaps something along the lines of how to kill your husband, bury him in the backyard, and then spend all of his money on doughnuts.

It could be worse I suppose. I mean, she could have got herself a slot on the ABC children’s network. That sure would be a riot.

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