The sleazy degenerate previously known as Hannah Montana isn’t the only one to push tastelessness to the last limits recently by discarding clothing. This gives an idea of the current state of journalism north of the border:
A Canadian radio host and newspaper columnist took off her top during an interview with her local mayor this week and continued asking him questions bare-chested.
Lori Welbourne, who hosts the radio show On The Rocks and writes a column for the Province newspaper, was talking to Walter Gray, mayor of Kelowna in British Columbia, about whether it was legal in the town for women to bare their breasts in public.
‘What if I went walking down the street topless?’ she asked in the recorded interview.
But before Gray could answer her question, Welbourne handed him her microphone and undid the strap on her dress, exposing her breasts.
Reporters don’t just report. They offer us an insightful way to look at the world. For example, Welbourne profoundly noted that we are all naked under our clothes.
Anything for ratings — so long as it’s politically correct.
Welbourne’s stunt was in anticipation of Sunday’s Go Topless Day.
This was a big hit in NYC:
Times Square was full of bare-chested women [Sunday], as equality activists descended on the New York landmark to celebrate ‘Go Topless Day.’
The annual event, which takes place in a range of cities around the U.S., was established in 2007 by Go Topless, an organization founded by a spiritual group called the Raelian Movement. …
Rael, a former sports car journalist, founded his religion after he said he was visited by a space alien in a French volcano park who told him life on Earth was created by extraterrestrial scientists.
The pretext for walking around with no shirt on is to demand that this be made legal for women or illegal for men, since according to moonbat ideology there is no difference between them.
On tips from Wiggins.