The Muslim immigration problem has legislators all over the globe concerned, and newly elected Senator Hanson made her Maiden speech in the Australian chamber, and told them that they are “in danger of being swamped by Muslims” resulting in its people “living under Sharia law” unless the country radically changes its immigration policy.
Some members inside were none too pleased, and they actually left the room.
As Breitbart London reported, Senator Hanson told the chamber Australia is “in danger of being swamped by Muslims” resulting in its people “living under Sharia law” unless the country radically changes its immigration policy.
Now video has emerged that shows the left-wing Green Party representatives fleeing as the One Nation party leader spoke. One by one they left before taking to social media to explain why they were affronted by her exercise of free speech and sought to “stand with those people hurt by her words”.
Greens leader Richard Di Natale tweeted about the offence he felt:
“Together, our MPs have left Senator Pauline Hanson’s 1st speech because we’ll call out racism wherever it occurs, including Parliament,” Mr. Di Natale wrote.
“Racism has no place in Parliament but that is what we have just heard from Senator Hanson. I stand with those people hurt by her words.”
Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young echoed Mr. Di Natale’s sentiment, also taking to Twitter to air her outrage.
“I won’t be sitting by and letting racism and bigotry get an easy hearing in our nations Parliament. It has no place in a modern, smart Australia,” she wrote.
Watch the exit below:
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