Andrew Bolt hosts a political talk show, focusing on the pressing issues of the week.
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Andrew Bolt hosts a political talk show, focusing on the pressing issues of the week.

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Most racist show on Australian television
18 August 2014 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Andrew Bolt is Australia's most infamous racist, his show providing him with a personal platform to spread his racist message. He particularly dislikes aboriginal Australians, and labels anyone who is not pure bred aboriginal as white.

He recently almost convinced the Australian government to repeal anti-racist legislation so that he can continue making public racist remarks on his show and his newspaper column against native Australians.

His show 'The Bolt Report' is extremely imbalanced politically, in that he relies on a small handful of regulars, who generally comprise of members of the conservative Liberal/National coalition government who have an extreme political view, and former members of the Australian Labor Party opposition, who have been kicked out of the party, yet play the role of Labor representatives on the show.

In a nut shell, the Bolt Report is like a basketball match, with team manager Bolt always selecting young, tall athletes for one team, and frail, aged people with walking canes for the other team.

There is always one winner and that is Andrew Bolt.


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