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While awaiting next week’s return to the Federal Senate, Pauline Hanson is believed to ‘fallen back’ from her comments about the international Women’s March, after Supermum Senator Lambie offered to throw down.
This comes after the One Nation leader Senator Hanson took aim at those who took part in marches against Donald Trump in both Australia and the US to march for women’s rights.
In a scathing attack on the thousands of protestors, Hanson said “It’s good that they were out and about and doing a bit of walking because it looked like a few of them needed to get a bit of sun and do a bit of exercise.”
“Don’t these clowns have anything else better to do with their time other than to hold sad, anti-democracy protests?
However, the far more intimidating Senator and shining beacon of a free speech, Senator Jacqui Lambie, was quick to respond to these comments in Canberra this morning.
It is believed that Lambie, a proud mother and supporter of girls doing it for themselves, offered Pauline Hanson to ‘cashh me ousside, how bout dah?’ in response to the One Nation leaders comments about the physical appearance of Australian women.
Senator Hanson was reportedly very rattled, and has since apologised.
Speaking to The Betoota Advocate today, Lambie says she wasn’t far off going full ‘Burnie’ on the former fish and chip shop owner from Ipswich.
“That’s how we get down in Tassie. Even the girls can throw hands and that’s how we go”
“I’m a big supporter of powerful women. And if any powerful women want to undermine these powerful women then they can cassh me ousside”.
“how bout dah?”