Man upset by date of music countdown says lefties need to stop being such ‘snowflakes’ over Manus Island crisis

“HAHAH bloody leftist snowflakes,,,,,if only u all cared about our homeless as much as these so-called ‘refugees’……typical leftist snowflakes need to start focusing on the real issues,,,,,wonder how much SOROS payed them all to protest!!!!! Only hav to look at their nice new phones in the video,,,,,gee woud be nice to have one of those,,,,,,,All have got there snouts in the trough me thinks!!!! CULTURAL MARXISM strikes again.,..,! [sic]”

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