Witness reports from her attack on her political rival might suggest that Caroline Overington is not just a fascist propagandist for her master, Rupert Murdoch, but that she is also a violent extremist that will assault those who don’t agree with her.
Overington originally gained infamy after a spate of salacious emails that involved her flirting with a married politician and trying to (illegally) induce him to preference Malcolm Turnbull, events which apparently culminated in a physical assault at a polling booth.
When Caroline Overington isn’t assaulting people who don’t share her fascist ideology, she viciously attacks poor people for questioning the tax cuts given to her American billionaire boss.
Caroline Overington shot back into the public consciousness in May 2016 after using her platform in fascist propaganda publication The Australian to begin a ferocious campaign of derision and bullying, targeting an underprivileged Australian suffering mental illness, because he had the audacity to ask why only the richest are getting tax cuts. Overington tracked down the man’s family, interrogating them about his past and his credibility, using every trick in the Idiot’s Guide to Dirty Journalism in an attempt to dismantle her victim to The Australian‘s audience.
There is one thing Caroline Overington appears to hate more than having peasants threaten her tax breaks, however, and that is having anything negative about her written on Wikipedia.
A brief look at the edits of her Wikipedia page would suggest that Caroline Overington (or one of her few fans) hates the truth about her outrageous behaviour being printed on Wikipedia so much that after realising they were revealing her IP address with their initial edits, they went and made at least two Wikipedia accounts whose entire edit history is dedicated to whitewashing Overington’s outlandish controversies.
At the moment we don’t have any hard evidence to confirm whether or not these fawning, single-purpose sockpuppet accounts were made by Caroline Overington herself to abuse Wikipedia, or whether these were the conniving actions of her three supporters, but here’s some images of the questionable accounts for people to decide for themselves.
Even though single-use Wikipedia accounts keep popping up to scrub evidence of her controversial antics, adjusting the article about her to describe only the things someone like Overington would consider flattering (like awards from the fascists she works for), Caroline Overington admitted to the assault, albeit attempting to downplay the violence of her attack by describing it as “pushing him away with an open hand”.
Vicious bully Caroline Overington should be considered extremely dangerous, as she will not only savagely browbeat anyone who questions the tax breaks she champions for herself and her billionaire boss, but she also trivialises physical assault when she’s the perpetrator.