Pauline Hanson brands Lidia Thorpe ‘despicable’ for taking part in anti-monarchy protests

Pauline Hanson brands Lidia Thorpe ‘despicable’ and accuses Greens senator of being disloyal to Australia in scathing attack on anti-monarchy protesters

An enraged Pauline Hanson has accused Lidia Thorpe of ‘not being loyal to Australia’ after the Greens Senator attended an anti-monarchy protest.

Hanson launched a scathing attack on Thorpe saying she was ‘despicable’ for covering herself in red paint and taking to the streets to lead a protest on the National Day of Mourning for Queen Elizabeth II.

As thousands of activists called for the end of the monarchy in cities across the country, Thorpe told the crowds in Melbourne: ‘The Crown has blood on their hands, our people are still dying in this country every single day, the Crown’s boot is…

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