Truth is the new hate speech: Bernardi

February 01, 2019

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has warned people not to become vigilantes, after a group of youths armed with baseball bats turned up at a suburban train station where two teenagers were mugged.

Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi says it seems that the Victorian Government is in denial about a real problem in the state capital.

The Australian reports, the youths were photographed at the Wyndham Vale train station earlier this week, near where two boys, aged 14 and 17, were surrounded by up to 20 people before being bashed and robbed on Sunday.

Victoria Police are seeking two teenagers, who they described as being aged between 14 and 16 and of African appearance, over the Sunday robbery.

According to the Herald Sun, a group of youths went to the station and confronted people of African appearance, who left after a tense standoff.

The group then walked around the station with baseball bats.

Police and the premier have urged people not to take justice into their own hands.

Senator Bernardi has told Paul Murray Live on Sky News, part of the problem is that people don't seem to be able to speak the truth about things any more for fear of being labelled racist.

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