Gillard’s misogyny speech ‘threw all women under the bus’


This month marks the ten year anniversary of former prime minister Julia Gillard’s misogyny speech, reports Sky News host Peta Credlin.

“Her speech that day in Canberra might have been about women, but what she was defending was indefensible, making excuses for her hand-picked speaker’s bullying of a staff member, including vile references to female genitalia,” she said.

“In trying to save her skin and that of her speaker, Gillard threw all women under the bus by excusing how Peter Slipper has referenced all of us, using some of the foulest terms I’ve ever seen from anyone in…



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