Pauline Hanson launches spectacular attack on Lidia Thorpe after anti-monarchy protest which saw Australian flags burned


Senator Pauline Hanson has launched a spectacular attack on controversial Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe for attending an anti-monarch protest.

Ms Thorpe refused to attend Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s memorial service instead opting to dip her hands in red paint symbolising blood and take to the streets to lead a protest campaigning against the British monarch.

“The Crown has blood on their hands, our people are still dying in this country every single day, the Crown’s boot is on our neck and we are sick of it,” she said to the crowds in Melbourne while wearing a shirt emblazoned…



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