Yes indeed, no man would have so many influential people lining up to try and make excuses for him being incapable of doing his job. No, these people would be lining up to crucify him in the court of public opinion.
You can read Bolt's full post here, but get a load of this!
That's Sunday Age crime writer John Silvester trying to defend Nixon's dereliction of duty and incompetence by effectively saying she "never was good at policing anyway!"
Then why the hell was she made chief commissioner in the first place?
This is extraordinary. The Victorian Labor government must be held to account for the appointment of a person so unqualified to do one of the most important jobs in the state.
But read the rest of Andrew's post - it is utterly damning.