The One Nation leader entered the Senate to a great controversy on Thursday afternoon.
There were massive groans in the Senate as she entered. Someone was heard saying "What on earth?"
Hanson said she entered the Senate without being checked.
“No security guards at any point in time asked to see my face,” she said.
“One of the attendants on the floor of Parliament, he just gasped
Senator Hanson removed it a few moments later as she attempted to ask a question to the Attorney-General on banning the burqa.
She claimed to not know about any feedback from the Muslim community but said she has received a lot of support from Australians.
“I actually got a message from a woman in Saudi Arabia who actually has congratulated me and said ‘thank you because we want to get rid of the scarf that we have to wear’,” she said.
During a press conference in Canberra, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull took aim at Senator Hanson’s stunt.
“The (Muslim community) are our best allies in every respect and that is why the foundation of the success of ours, the greatest, most successful multicultural society in the world, is mutual respect,” Mr. Turnbull said.
“There have been 13 foiled national threats against us with terrorism,” she told the Senate.
Senator Hanson said she would do it again and want's to make a point. Do you think it was too over