One Nation leader Senator Pauline Hanson has sought to clarify comments she made in the Senate yesterday by telling her supporters that she was not talking about them but rather other unemployed people.
“To my dear One Nation supporters when I talk about unemployed people having no rights you know I wasn’t talking about you, but rather other, you know, non-white unemployed people,” said Senator Hanson. “I’d write you a letter to explain my reasoning but, let’s be honest, you won’t be able to read it.”
“Instead, I shall put forward a motion in the Senate that it is ok to be white and unemployed.”
When asked why she was so concerned about white unemployed people as opposed to all unemployed people, Senator Hanson said: “Have you not followed my career for the last 20 odd years?”
“My brand is division and hate and I can’t do that if I don’t have a group of people to target.”
“Back in the good old days when the borders were open it was easy, we just kicked foreigners. Bloody Covid, now I have to go after the unemployed.”
“Now, if you’ll excuse me, I need to go the Officeworks and complain that they continue to sell the racially insensitive product White Out.”
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