Media Soft On Labor Policies: Castieau

April 11, 2019

The Conservative Party's Western Australian Senate candidate Peter Castieau writes in today's West Australian newspaper:

"Looking at the policies of a possible future Labor government, it would seem the Canberra press gallery and the wider mainstream media are just giving Bill Shorten a free pass and not applying a blowtorch in their questioning of a potential future PM.

We have a ridiculous electric car policy that is being widely and justifiably lampooned on social media.

We have a renewable energy policy that would see us plunge into Third World reliability with massive increases in prices and zero environmental gain.

A policy to erode retirees’ savings by removing dividend imputations and abolishing negative gearing on investment properties.

Moody’s has forecast housing prices will tumble (News, 10/4).

How can these policies not get the scrutiny they deserve and why is the mainstream media seemingly determined to allow the ALP to form government regardless of the potential damage their policies would have on our economy and well being?"

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