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The Australian Parliament formally censured Senator Fraser Anning on Wednesday for his anti-Muslim immigration comments made on the day of the New Zealand massacre last month, according to Reuters.
“The real cause of bloodshed on New Zealand streets today is the immigration program that allowed Muslim fanatics to migrate to New Zealand in the first place,” said Anning shortly after the shooting that killed 50.
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A day later, Anning faced even more criticism and got international attention for being egged in the back of the head by a teen and then proceeding to slap him back during a live television interview.
“Sen. Anning’s comments were ugly and divisive,” said Government Senate Leader Mathias Cormann. “They were dangerous and unacceptable from anyone, let alone a member of this place.”
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Denying that he had blamed the victims for the attack, Anning saw the censure as an attack on his civil liberties.
“This censure motion against me is a blatant attack on free speech,” Anning told Reuters.
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Additionally, the senator criticized Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Wednesday for saying that he should be subject to the “full force of the law” for his actions against the boy who egged him.
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