“When you immigrated to Australia you took every advantage of this country. You took citizenship, bought multiple homes, and a job in a parliament. It’s clear you’re not happy, so pack your bags and p— off back to Pakistan,” Senator Hanson wrote on Twitter.
“The kind of racist hate fuelled by these comments cannot go unaddressed. The community, particularly migrants of colour, need to see parliament strongly condemn Senator Hanson without delay.”
“Of course there’s going to be disagreement about the Queen’s legacy in the wake of her passing, but there’s never an excuse for attacking someone for who they are,” she said.
“They’ve insulted the memory of Queen Elizabeth II, a woman many Australians held in the highest regard, within hours of her death.”
Senator Lambie initially threw her weight behind the One Nations leader on Saturday, tweeting: “Pauline right on the mark!!!”
“A day after she died and the deputy leader of Australia’s third largest political party is saying that not only is the Queen’s death something that’s impossible to mourn, but by extension, anybody who does so is a racist? That’s just wrong.
Senator Lambie has been contacted for comment.