Conroy should stick to what he knows best:
Using (abusing?) his 'unfettered legal power' by making prejudicial comments on court cases - in Conroy's defence I actually believe he meant 'unfeta-ed' legal powers, very few legal degrees come with cheese. The court swiftly realised he didn't know what he was talking about and he was later quoted as saying something like 'he wished the case never went to court'. Presumably because that would have prevented him from looking like a right f-wit making laughable prejudicial comments.
Suggesting that a car taking a photo of your house could gain access to your internet banking (sadly this defence was not tried by Thomson) - at least Thomson knew what https meant.
Appointing convicts of electoral fraud to government executive roles, and
Demanding others wear red underpants on their head... Probably about time he tried his own on for size.
(Oh, and I almost forgot, telling us the 'NBN is on time and on budget')
Before attempting to ask dumb questions of military officers, over which Conroy has ZERO jurisdiction, his 'qualifications' served without feta should have told him that.