Controversial psychologist Jordan Peterson said he’d been “set-up” for Monday night’s Q&A and then the ABC threw him another doozy.
Man what a world we live in where Jordan Peterson and Milo Yiannopoulos get national platforms on Television #QandA.
— Jacob (@LafielAbriel) February 25, 2019
ABC's #qanda program should be about seriously discussing ideas. This mission statement is completely at odds with speaking to charlatans like Jordan Peterson and Milo Yiannopolis, whose job is to confuse and mislead the public as much as possible in order to sell fake solutions.
— Final Cipher (@FinalCipher) February 25, 2019
Oh no, Milo Y & J.Peterson together.
Like a Right Wing UFC Nightmare Match.
Though nice to see them eating their own. #qanda
— Cheap Stat (@CheapStat) February 25, 2019
Q&A feature Dr Peterson and now Milo Yiannopolous. I thought drama and ratings were reserved for Married at First Sight #QandA
— Hanan Dover (@HananDover1) February 25, 2019
Seriously, #QandA? “Q&A is our national conversation. We want questions from every corner of Australia.” Then what place has Milo Yiannopoulos’ interrogation of Jordan Peterson?
— Rizwald (@zaploi) February 25, 2019
— Trish Marinozzi (@Tr1shM) February 25, 2019
Really torn, tonight, I'd like to tweet about #QandA and how much of a pseudo intellectual charlatan Jordan Peterson is, but I value my mental health…
— Bridget Clinch (@CaptainBridget) February 25, 2019
— Nicholas Adams-Dzierzba (@NicholasAddams) February 25, 2019
— Kookas (@ghostcrab6) February 25, 2019
I was hoping Professor @jordanbpeterson would get a fair run on @QandA tonight but I see the "c" word is already being used in his title on the qanda website. "Controversial". No other panellist has it in their title. #QandA
— Wharfy (@WharfyKurt) February 25, 2019
For the first time in a while, I'm kind of looking forward to watching #qanda tonight.
— Robbie Haddad (@mcrobbee) February 25, 2019
— Rose Callaghan (@operation_rosie) February 25, 2019