Kalamity Kelly has set the union movement back decades.
Getting involved was her first mistake and I cannot possibly imagine how they are going to spin the fix.
Not only did they not get what they wanted but they opened the door for a wildly popular prime Minister to make employment law less worker friendly for the very people who were agitating in the first place.
Lying, getting caught in the lie and then insulting a national living treasure probably didn't help either.
One positive will come out of this though. Robyn Malcolm may stick to acting and leave the childlike political campaigning to others.