On “Lunch with the obsessive Andrew Bolt”

“It feels like a piano being dropped on my head every day…”  

Imagine what it’s like for the people that you have written about, those you don’t get to

“[have]discussions with political leaders about this issue…” 

One of the most powerful media identities, with a readership of tens of thousands apparently

“… now feels powerless, at the whim of people saying things about him that distort what he believes and that paint him as a monster.”

Does he really know what “powerless” is?

I do believe him when he says that he doesn’t think he is racist and that he believes that he is actually anti-racist. I’m not sure what it will take for him to understand. His self-belief is so strong that I don’t know what will allow him to see.

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