Instead, she shared footage of her entire missive, and, uh… look.
Since that intellectually bereft garbage tumbled half-formed out of her tremulous lips, disability advocates and those with half a fucking clue about what they’re talking about have savaged Hanson’s take.
Speaking to the ABC, Autism Australia head Nicole Rogerson said that Hanson’s opinion dragged “the discussion about inclusive education back about 50 years”.
Austism Spectrum Australia also shared a post by artist Tim Sharp, who celebrated his “mainstreamed” education in defiance of Hanson’s demonstrably bad viewpoint.
— laser beak man (@Laser_Beak_Man) June 21, 2017
All she had to say is “I believe we should have more funding to help teachers cater to students with different needs,” but no, what she said she wants amounts to needless segregation. The mind boggles.
Source: Pauline Hanson’s One Nation / Facebook / ABC.
Photo: Pauline Hanson’s One Nation / Facebook.