Pauline Hanson says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has been "put in her place" by controversial Australian broadcaster Alan Jones.
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"Alan Jones said nothing wrong, Jacinda Ardern was rightfully put in her place! Only mistake Jones made was apologising to a fake outrage mob!" the One Nation leader tweeted on Tuesday.
Last week Jones, a talkback radio host, labelled Ardern a "complete clown" and called for Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to "shove a sock down her throat".
And newly released audio shows the 2GB star suggesting Ardern get "a few backhanders" from Morrison.
It's led to an advertising backlash, with a number of companies pulling advertising from his show, including bedroom furniture outlets Snooze and Sleep City, ME Bank, and discount retailer Big W.
"We take this very seriously and these types of comments don't reflect our values. We've expressed our concerns to 2GB and have pulled our advertising," ME Bank tweeted.
"The comments made last week by Alan Jones regarding Jacinda Ardern do not represent our views and values," Anytime Fitness Australia said on Facebook. "For this reason, we pulled out advertising from 2GB last Friday and do not have any further advertising planned with the station."
Morrison himself has described Jones' comments as "way out of line", and Jones' boss, Macquarie Media chairman Russell Tate, warned that the broadcaster's contract would be terminated if he made similar statements again.
Hanson has now laid into those who have failed to support Jones - including Morrison.
"PM's response was disappointing, should have supported free speech," she tweeted.
"Aussies will punish companies that cave to keyboard warriors!"