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Australia Hanson is 'taking Australians for mugs'

00:35  01 december  2019
00:35  01 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Hanson has made a successful political career out of demanding a "fair go" for "hardworking Aussies", while often taking aim at Australians who are Muslim, of Asian descent or Aboriginal. In 1998, when Hanson was first elected to federal parliament as the member for Oxley

Australian senator Pauline Hanson known for her strong stance against Muslim immigration has been widely condemned for wearing a burqa to Parliament House.

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 28: One Nation leader Pauline Hanson speaks during a press conference on March 28, 2019 in Brisbane, Australia. Pauline Hanson is under increasing pressure following an undercover investigation by news organisation Al Jazeera, which has released hidden camera footage of Hanson appearing to suggest the 1996 Port Arthur massacre, where a gunman shot and killed 35 people in Tasmania, was a government conspiracy. Other footage from the Al Jazeera investigation show senior One Nation figures James Ashby and Steve Dickson soliciting financial support in the US from the National Rifle Association in a bid to seize the balance of power and weaken Australia's gun laws. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)© 2019 Getty Images BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 28: One Nation leader Pauline Hanson speaks during a press conference on March 28, 2019 in Brisbane, Australia. Pauline Hanson is under increasing pressure following an undercover investigation by news organisation Al Jazeera, which has released hidden camera footage of Hanson appearing to suggest the 1996 Port Arthur massacre, where a gunman shot and killed 35 people in Tasmania, was a government conspiracy. Other footage from the Al Jazeera investigation show senior One Nation figures James Ashby and Steve Dickson soliciting financial support in the US from the National Rifle Association in a bid to seize the balance of power and weaken Australia's gun laws. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images) One Nation leader Pauline Hanson is taking Australians for "mugs" and can't be trusted, a leading government minister says.

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Brandis reminded Hanson that as attorney general, he held preeminent portfolio responsibility for national security, and the advice from intelligence agencies was One Nation leader Pauline Hanson takes off a burqa she wore wore to question time in the Senate chamber. Photograph: Lukas Coch/AP.

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Resources Minister Matt Canavan said Senator Hanson's shock vote against the government's union-busting bill was a result of voters electing minor parties.

"When you vote for minor parties and independents it's often the Forrest Gump story. You just don't know what you're going to get," Senator Canavan told Sky on Sunday.

"I think Pauline here is trying to take the Australian people as mugs. The thinking's gone a little bit to her head."

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Hanson is an American pop rock band from Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States, formed by brothers Isaac (guitar, piano, vocals), Taylor (keyboards, vocals), and Zac (drums, vocals).

Hanson -Young cited security experts who have said the stunt will now be used as “fodder for promoting extremism” Hanson then claimed that Islamic countries including Tunisia, Turkey, Congo and Malaysia had “When we go to vote, the vote is taken on facial recognition. This is a case in point.

Senator Hanson has said she couldn't vote for the bill in light of the money-laundering scandal engulfing Westpac, calling for more action on banking misconduct.

But Senator Canavan rejected this argument, saying Senator Hanson was using Westpac as a crutch to justify her "amazing backflip".

"I think it's pretty remarkable argument that somehow because this group over here is doing bad things, we should let that group over there continue to do bad things," he said.

Senator Canavan said One Nation had been on board as the bill made its way through parliament.

"The most important currency you've got in politics is trust and Pauline Hanson has shown over the last week she cant be trusted," he said.

He called on One Nation to come clear on what was said in meetings with Senator Hanson and union leaders.

The government was blindsided by Senator Hanson's vote on Thursday but said it would try again when parliament sits this week.

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