For participating in the event to fight for the rights of women and children, the Liberal Deeming was blasted by her Liberal colleagues, and the Leader of the party vowed to have her expelled.
"As leader, I will be moving the motion to expel Moira Deeming from parliamentary Liberal Party," John Pesutto said.
"That rally," he went on to say, "was organized by people who have known and established links with people who have Nazi sympathies, promote white supremacist views, and ethno-fascist views."
Deeming issued a statement on the matter, and she did not back down. "Let me clear – I have done nothing wrong. Those who organised the Let Women Speak event on the weekend have done nothing wrong. Despite this, a select few members of the Liberal leadership team have condemned me unjustly."
None of what Pessuto said is true. Keen is a women's rights campaigner from the UK who fights for the rights of women and children. Keen noted that the defamation laws in Australia are strong, and told Rebel News' Avi Yemeni that she hopes Pesutto has a good lawyer. Moreover, as Deeming said, the event was organized by "Angela Jones, a left-wing, pro-gay rights Jewish woman, who liaised with Victoria Police to arrange a buffer zone between her event and any counter protestors."
Deeming condemned the actions of officers who allowed masked men, clad in black, to stand on the steps of Parliament, inside the "buffer zone."
"I and the other attendees were horrified to see masked men all clad in black inside the buffer zone," Deeming said. "We thought that we were going to be attacked. However, the police did not seem worried and were talking with them over at the edge of the line. Later I saw the police seemingly usher these men right through the centre of the buffer zone in between our event and the counter protestors, which is when I saw those men raise their hands in a Hitler salute. I, along with the few others who were facing them from the front were horrified, but relieved that the police were moving them on."
Pesutto claimed that Keen has worked with Richard Spencer, and KKK leader David Duke, neither of whom Keen knows or has any affiliation. Keen told Yemeni that these lies stem from a weaponized Wikipedia page. Pesutto used the false allegations against Keen to insinuate that Deeming is herself a Nazi of some kind.
"Someone's done a Wikipedia page to try to silence me," Keen said, "to shut me up, which I just refuse to do. And I can't even edit it, it's got some weird lock on it, so I can't do anything about that. But to make claims based on a Wikipedia page when you're supposed to be a serious politician is preposterous, what a shameful man."
She said he should withdraw his efforts to have Deeming expelled. "Moira is a really brave politician," she said. "In 2023, she's one of the few who will stand up for the safeguarding of children."
The Let Women Speak tour has brought out angry activists who seek to stop women from advocating for their own rights. The women who speak out on that tour advocate against child sex changes and against males who either say or believe themselves to be women.
Despite being flanked by hefty security guards, a speaker was attacked. Keen, aka Posie Parker, remained calm during the attack by a trans-identified male who ran jumped forward, grabbed the mic from the speaker, and screamed into it.
"Trans rights now!" The individual yelled.
The individual was quickly taken down by security, and women chanted in unison, "Let women speak!"
One woman spoke out against the so-called "tolerant left," and discovered during Covid discovered that the "tolerant left had gone and lost it's f*cking mind." She spoke about women's propensity for compassion having been weaponized against her.
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