Australia's acting PM Michael McCormack says 'facts sometimes are contentious'
Guardian, 12 Jan 2021
Australia's acting prime minister, Michael McCormack, has said facts 'sometimes are contentious' when asked about a Coalition MP who likened making children wear masks to child abuse. Speaking on the ABC, McCormack said disputing facts is a right when living in a democratic country. The Nationals leader also compared the insurgency in the US capital last week to last year’s Black Lives Matter protests.
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