‘No White History Month’: Right-Wing Politician Asks For Examples Of ‘Anti-White Racism’

Pauline Hanson, founder of the right-wing “One Nation” party in Australia, took to Twitter Wednesday to complain that a “mob” was trying to get her “deplatformed,” and that she wanted to use their hashtag #WakeUpToRacism “for good.” Because, apparently, waking up to actual racism is not good. Instead, she wants people to “share your experiences of anti-white racism.”

Oh, Pauline.

Hanson, currently a Senator for Queensland since 2016, has consistently railed against immigration and multiculturalism during her political career (when she wasn’t in jail for electoral fraud) and in 2006, called all African migrants “diseased.” She also called for an Australian Muslim ban after the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting.

But sure, let’s talk about “anti-white racism.” Twitter users certainly have some feelings to share on the idea, and here are some of the best:

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Is she deplatformed yet?