Lee Sales Exposed ‘Sexual Abuse’ after PM interview
ABC reporter Leigh Sales uncovered the shocking “sexual abuse” she experienced online after baking Scott Morrison in a TV interview this week.
ABC’s flagship event organizer sales 7.30 The program covered a wide range of topics in interviews with the Prime Minister on Tuesday, including JobKeeper, a hotel quarantine and the disappointing COVIDSafe app.
The exchange received some criticism for describing Sales as “aggressive,” and in an interview with former Victoria’s Jeff Kennett, her interview was “rude” and tweeted that “manners are bad.”
However, some went much further. One of Australia’s most famous journalists with a Walkley award, Sales is a critic, saying, “Left POS… It was called “Lud Beach” by covorting (sic) wh-re”.
Ironically, other critics attacked her because she was too soft for Mr. Morrison.
Late Wednesday, the sales team exposed the abuser through social media.
“Sometimes I get noticed about this, so every few minutes I spend a few minutes gathering parts of sexual abuse every time I interview the prime minister.
- See full interview with Scott Morrison and Sales here
It didn’t take long for Twitter users to respond to sales tweets.
Sales pointed out that the abuse she regularly receives is common among women in the general public.
She said, “Women politicians, journalists, and the public get this nonstop.
In June New daily report About “offensive and disgusting” racial discrimination aimed at Sudanese-Australian lawyer Nyadol Nyuon
Nyuon is a human rights defender and the abused Australian police called her a police officer. He later apologized.
When Nyuon appeared on television, he said he had regularly overcome similar abuses.
In a March speech, reporter Deb Knight Social media troll.
“I’m disappointed in the next interview and people don’t take the results, but I think she wasn’t ordinary. [studio] She said.
Lodge Award Winner and preview The presenter said, “It is disappointing, but not surprising.”
Perhaps one of the most famous examples came out in early 2019, and after the action shots of AFLW star Tayla Harris were despicable, after a sexist opinion was not reviewed, it caused a media storm and images were removed.