Liz Storer: The left is doing away with the ‘hierarchy of competence’

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  • Sky News Australia published this video item, entitled “The left is doing away with the ‘hierarchy of competence'” – below is their description.

    Sky News contributor Liz Storer says the left is doing away with the “hierarchy of competence”.

    “We see this is the workplace where women are being given jobs because they’re women,” Ms Storer said.

    “We see this in academia where according to how woke your essay is, you’ll get a better grade compared to someone who’s essay is far better, and so on and so on and so forth.

    “There’s really no boundaries to the way this is working now.

    “It only works given the more people fall in line.

    “We see people lose their jobs because they wouldn’t fall in line.”

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