Ultra-left, medium-talented cabaret artists and poorly read left-wing city newspaper activists are allowed to analyze on puls4 and puls24, and the small Viennese stations of the German Pro7 group are also otherwise left-leaning.
Apparently the editors of puls 24 and puls 4 have recently said that the topic of Ibiza political thrillers is still of interest to many people in Austria. Above all, the chance to find out who financed the Ibiza conspiracy – and what ex-Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache knows about the current status of the investigation.
The hope for quota with a real right was now clearly greater than possible scruples, ex-FPÖ boss HC Strache a trip to Ibiza – back to the crime scene of July 23, 2017 – to finance the left-leaning troops. “We only paid the travel expenses,” emphasized puls24 info manager Corinna Milborn on Twitter.
Heinz-Christian Strache himself did not want (or was allowed) to confirm or deny this or other payments. In response to an eXXpress request, Strache only said: “No comment”.
However, the question arises as to what falls under “travel expenses” that puls replaces the ex-FPÖ boss: flight tickets, rental cars, restaurant bills, hotel costs are probably included – that alone would cost more than 1,500 for a two-night stay in Ibiza make out euros.
In any case, the former politician could use every euro: Immense costs for his defense in more than ten investigations by the judiciary, six of which have already been discontinued, were his economic ruin. And professionally, Strache was only able to get a good job again three years after the few video snippets from Ibiza appeared.