The Project condones BLM looting with anti-feminist point on Network 10


“They deserve to be looted for flaunting nice things to poor people,” the hosts of Network 10’s The Project said, condoning looting.

The hosts of Australia’s trashy entertainment gossip show The Project have taken it one step further than just supporting the Black Lives Matter protests (BLM) in the USA, they have now condoned the violence and the looting as well.

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Peter Van Onselen, Lisa Wilkinson, Tommy Little and Susie Youssef were discussing the Black Lives Matter protests that have now made their way to certain states in Australia despite COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, and not only did the hosts blame the current U.S. president and all white Americans, they also condoned the violence and looting.

The Project is known for it’s far-left takes and they’ve espoused very many divisive political opinions before like ‘all men are rapists’, etc.

Their bias is becoming more blatantly obvious with every episode on Network 10 and The Project’s ratings are tanking as a result. The show has an abysmal 2.1 star rating on Google with an overwhelming majority of the reviews been 1 star.

One unhappy viewer wrote: “I used to enjoy watching The Project but now the ultra left wing bias and preaching from the likes of Waleed Aly and Lisa Wilkinson make it unbearable. The majority of presenters and guests they have on the show all have a left wing bias which creates a strange echo chamber where everyone simply agrees with their own self righteous agendas.”

The Project hosts condones BLM looting with anti-feminist “flaunting nice things” sentiment on Network 10.

The hosts, last night, proved their ultra left wing bias by echoing the sentiments of left wing radical rioters; “it’s the U.S. president’s fault, all cops are bastards, all white people are racist, and rioting and looting is cool.”

Before fully condoning the violence and rioting carried forth by the BLM activists and domestic communist terrorist group Antifa, The Project brought on Bejamin Crump, a Black Lives Matter activist that falsely stated that Donald J. Trump had told police to “shoot thugs”.

What makes this take incredible hypocritical is that the hosts of The Project have previously used the universally agreed statement, “the way a woman dresses does not give you the right to assault her,” on their ‘all men are rapists’ episode. However, now they are condoning violence and looting alleging that shop owners deserve to be looted because they are ‘flaunting nice things to poor people’.

Many people believe that The Project tipped to the far radical left once it was purchased by the international cable conglomerate ViacomCBS in 2017.

Lara Logan, a former CBS journalist with over 30 years of experience, confirmed their far left wing bias in an interview with Mike Ritland at Mediaite.

The Project condones BLM looting with pro-rape sentiment on Network 10

Lara Logan, former CBS reporter with wealth of experiences, exposes left leaning bias in media.

“The media everywhere is mostly liberal,” Logan told podcaster Mike Ritland. “In this country, 85 percent of journalists are registered Democrats …. I always joke that another 14 percent were too lazy to register, and that there’s maybe one percent that is on the Right.”

She continued: “Visually, anyone who’s ever been to Israel and been to the Wailing Wall has seen that the women have this tiny little spot in front of the wall to pray, and the rest of the wall is for the men. To me, that’s a great representation of the American media, is that in this tiny little corner where the women pray you’ve got Breitbart and Fox News and a few others, and from there on, you have CBS, ABC, NBC, Huffington Post, Politico, whatever, right? All of them. And that’s a problem for me.”

The left leaning bias is nothing new, Logan explained, but the standards of professionalism have dropped precipitously:

“Although the media has always been historically always been left-leaning, we’ve abandoned our pretence, or at least the effort, to be objective today … That means we’ve become political activists in a sense and, some could argue, propagandists — and there’s some merit to that.”

Neither The Project nor Network 10 have retracted the comments about the episode and are seemingly still condoning the looting and violence occurring in the United States.

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