Have any authorities in New Zealand, e.g. some Parliamentary discipline/ethics committee or even the justice authorities launched any investigation or punishment attempt against MP Chlöe Swarbrick who dismissed an intervention during a climate-change speech of hers by saying "OK, boomer"?
As far as I can tell Swarbick didn't really apologize for her remark, but offered this elaboration:
"Today I have learnt that responding succinctly and in perfect jest to somebody heckling you about your age as you speak about the impact of climate change on your generation with the literal title of their generation makes some people very mad," she wrote. "So I guess millennials ruined humour. That, or we just need to pull ourselves up by our bootstraps and abstain from avocados."
"That’s the joke," she added.
(N.B. "avocados" is a reference to what an Australian magnate said about about millenials.)
She gave a few more explanations what she meant by "boomer" in a later press interview, but as far as I can tell, no apology there either.
It was suggested to her that Muller, who is 50, is not technically a baby boomer, but rather a member of Generation X - born somewhere between the early-to-mid 1960s and the early 1980s.
"Boomer is a state of mind," Swarbrick, who probably fits into the Millennial category, which comes after Gen X, said.
"I think you can see from the way that that meme has evolved that it is symbolic of the collective frustration that young people in particular feel to placing evidence in fact time after time in the debate and in the argument and being met with dogma."
Earlier, Swarbrick said the phrase "OK boomer" was a "simple summarisation of collective exhaustion".
"OK boomer" acknowledges that "you cannot win a deeply polarised debate - facts don't matter," she said.
So given her lack of an apology is there any official investigation or punishment/censure being launched against Swarbick?
(I'm asking this because another question here asserts that Swarbick made "openly discriminatory remarks", proffered an "ageist slur" and possibly engaged in "unconscionable behavior" as a reason for inquiring into New Zealand's parliamentary procedures, in general. I simply want to know if there has been any investigation or punishment/censure attempt launched, at any official level, against Swarbick.)