Debut Pauline Henson says scandal club strip involving former Senate candidate and one of the nation's Steve Dickson was used to attack her political party unfairly.
- Pauline Henson said she was "disgusted" by the footage of a former senator hoping to hope Steve Dixon
- But the nation leader said that her party was unfairly focused on sting
- Senator Hanson also wondered why she "kicked with courage" when people "hope and pray" she will be "sound" for them
Mr. Dixon left the campaign on Tuesday after filming him with derogatory remarks and touching a dancer during a night outside at a strip club in Washington last year.
The former Senate hopes also apologized for his behavior, saying that the film "does not reflect the person I am."
The video was filmed as part of the operation revealed last month by Mr. Dickson and party adviser James Ashby, who traveled to the United States last year in search of help from lobbyist groups such as the National Rifle Association (NRA).
In the wake of the thin film, Sen. Hanson told Channel Nine, she believed her party was being repeatedly directed in a way that others did not.
While Senator Hanson said that she was "disgusted" by footage, the leader of one nation insisted the sting was "three years in the middle to discredit one nation and pull us down".
"I'm angry, working with it for 23 years since I was elected to parliament, I had ups and downs, I kick the intestines over and over," she told Tracy Grimshaw.
"It happens just before elections, they held it for seven months and released it now, I want to know, did Channel Nine pay for it?" Al Jazeera said it did not allow permission to take photographs.
After Grimshaw confirmed that the screen had been leaked to Channel Nine, Hanson asked: "Why are everyone afraid of me and scared of one thing?
"The Liberal Party favors us under the Labor Party, why we work with them so well, it happens in every election.
"I do not know who is behind it, someone is behind it, you can not tell me why a foreign country is interested in Australian politics, that's a big question."
She emphasized the difference in his response to Mr. Dickson's visit compared to a visit by former prime minister Kevin Rudd in 2003 to a strip club in New York. According to the club's boss, Mr. Rad behaved "like a gentleman."
"Kevin Rudd, he goes to the strip club, you have Craig Thomson who used the credit card of the unions in the brothel, you had corruption, you had Eddie Obeid … you had everything but they just sail through it," she said.
"No, let's give Poland Hanson a kick."
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Subsequently, the debate on Al-Jazeera's undercover investigation last month, which revealed One Nation's efforts to raise political donations from the NRA, came to an end when the US lobby encouraged the party to weaken Australia's strict ownership laws.
Senator Hanson took the opportunity to claim the leaked meetings between Mr Dickson, Mr Ashby and the fake gun rights attorney Rod Miller had not carried out with her approval.
"I did not know they were going there and I did not know they would say these things, I'm devastated by what happened there, I'm angry at it," she said.
"At the end of the day I am the leader of this political party, I do not care what Steve Dixon says, I am the leader.
"Will I take a foreign donation from the NRA, no, no, I will not take foreign donations … I'm sick of it, I'm sick of it."
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When the interview ended, Senator Hanson admitted that "one nation" was not unique to negative press coverage prior to the federal elections.
"We are not the only party we have problems with candidates, but all the major parties, but you have to be honest and fight to stand up and stand in the hands of what I want to do," she said.
Referring to those remaining on her ticket, Ms. Hanson said: "I think I have a big line, there are some big lower house candidates in these elections."
When asked why she wanted to stay in politics, Ms. Hanson said there was "still a lot" that she wanted to do.
"There's so much poverty and people who hurt," she said.
"And at the end of the day, these politicians and MPs, with large parties, they do not care about the people.
"It's all about unions, it's about multinational companies, it's about business, and people do not know who to turn to whom they trust or believe."
A few hours before Ms. Hanson's comments on one line of "One Nation," articles reported that the party's candidate for Leightart, Ross Macdonald, shared several images of himself with senseless women on social media.
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