‘Don’t pull the woman card’: Pauline Hanson and Robin Bailey’s tense exchange over the One Nation leader’s proposed burqa ban
- Pauline Hanson and radio’s Robin Bailey argued over proposed burqa ban
- Bailey, of Triple M, compared the burqa to a cross worn by a Christian
- One Nation proposed a ban in official buildings ahead of Queensland election
Queensland politician Pauline Hanson and radio presenter Robin Bailey were at the centre of heated debate on Tuesday morning over Ms Hanson’s proposed burqa ban.
The war of words went live to air on Brisbane radio station Triple M when Bailey compared the burqa to a cross worn by a Christian.
‘Why oh why oh why were you having a crack at the burqa. You having a go at the burqa is like having a go at a Christian for wearing a cross,’ Bailey said.
Pauline Hanson has proposed a ban on the burqa in every official building ahead of the Queensland election
The debate comes one week after Ms Hanson promised to ban the clothing in every official building in the country should the One Nation Party win in the upcoming Queensland election.
Ms Hanson disagreed with the radio personality’s comparison between the burqa and the cross, arguing the two had ‘nothing in comparison’. (More here)
Lame Stream Media Still Doesn’t Get Trump
CNN just now: “not even seven days and Trump is already waging war with Mexico”. Unbelievable.
The way the lame stream media reports on Trump is beneath contempt. See if you can find anything, anything at all positive about America’s 45th president. Here, some of todays headlines:
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Mohammedan agitprop shouts over Star Parker, truth teller
Mohammedan debating skills are simple: if your opponent tells the truth, shout him (or her) down. Typical example here: Star Parker spoke to Jon Snow with the UK’s Channel 4 News about the immigration pause from certain countries in the Middle East. She debated a representative from CAIR who Star claimed was double-talking America’s generosity towards immigrants from the Middle East.