The marriage equality bill was debated in the Federal Senate yesterday, and Pauline Hanson had much to say about it.
Basically, it all made just about as much sense as that ferocious brooch on her blazer.
Opposing the bill, Pauline believes that passing this law means the door to underage marriage and polygamy will be opened.
She thinks that people will be free to put a ring on a lamp if they feel so inclined to make out with it.
"My concern is that in time to come the parliament and its members could at any time change to include multiple marriages or marriages of people under a certain age and I don’t believe that will be the will of the people. If it was a referendum it would be enshrined in the constitution and cannot be changed by Parliament but only by the people."
She also addressed what children with LGBTQI parents will refer to them as at school, especially when asked to draw them.
"Gay couples now have about around 11 per cent of children … and there will be an increasing number of children in these relationships. What do we do as a society when we get to a stage when these kids are going to school and … the teacher says ‘I want you to draw a picture of your Mum and Dad or Grandma and Grandad … so the kid is there saying ‘what am I going to do? I don’t have a mum or a dad — it’s Peter and Sam’. ‘It’s Elizabeth and Amanda.’ They’re not known as Mum and Dad."
She even asked why ~tHe pEoPle~ "are being dictated by the minority."
DID SHE FORGET THE POSTAL VOTE?
"I have no problems with people being in love and doing what they want to but why do you have to put this push on the majority of the population."
Watch her mind-boggling speech below: