Television personality Sonia Kruger calls for Australia to ban Muslims
Australians, both Muslims or otherwise, immediately criticized Kruger for her controversial call, some comparing her to Donald Trump
Australian TV personality Sonia Kruger is being criticized for taking a chapter out of US Republican frontrunner Donald Trump’s book when she has called for Australia to stop Muslim immigration because she wants to “feel safe.”
“Personally, I would like to see it stop now for Australia because I want to feel safe as all of our citizens do when we go out to celebrate Australia Day,” Kruger said during a Channel Nine interview.
She made the controversial request when the panel she was speaking on was addressing a recent article by News Corp columnist Andrew Bolt, which said that attacks in France was due to the country’s intake of Muslim migrants.
Australians, both Muslims or otherwise, immediately criticized Kruger for her controversial call.
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