Mark Latham has damaged his silence after posting a homophobic tweet a couple of homosexual MP – saying he’ll “never apologise, never explain”.
The controversial NSW One Nation chief fired again on Thursday when unbiased MP Alex Greenwich stated he was “disgusting human being”.
Mr Latham replied on Twitter, saying: “Disgusting? How does that compare with sticking your d*** up a bloke’s a*** and covering it with s***?”
The outspoken politician was extensively panned for his comment and his One Nation boss Pauline Hanson demanded he apologise.
But Mr Latham appears to be like unlikely to take action.
He appeared to interrupt his silence on the matter on Friday night, linking to an article from 2019 about Donald Trump on how leaders ought to “never apologise, never explain”.
Mr Greenwich hit again at Mr Latham with an aesthetic response on Thursday night.
He posted an image of himself alongside his husband on Twitter and wrote: “For those wondering how I’m doing after Latham’s homophobic attacks today, I’m fine and I’m more motivated than ever to deliver long overdue LGBTIQA+ reforms… and I have the most handsome husband.”
Mr Latham’s tweet remained on-line for round three hours earlier than it was deleted.
The change comes after a whole lot of Christian protesters focused LGBTQIA+ activists exterior a church the place Mr Latham gave a speech ultimately Tuesday.
The ‘Christian Lives Matter’ group have been seen on video throwing bottles and rocks at a small gathering of LGBTQIA+ protesters who have been opposing Mr Latham.
Mr Greenwich stated that Mr Latham’s views “belong in the past” however wished to maneuver on from them.
“I understand this tweet has been taken down, and I don’t intend to engage with the matter further,” he stated in an announcement.
“My focus in the next parliament will be working with the majority of members who support the LGBTQ community to progress important reforms, remove discrimination and make it clear these views belong in the past.”
The tweets have additionally been slammed by One Nation’s chief Pauline Hanson.
“I want you to know that I don’t condone them and neither do my members of parliament or party associates, I think they are disgusting,” Ms Hanson stated in a video shared to her personal Twitter account.
“I’ve actually tried to ring Mark a couple of times, to no avail, and I have clearly sent a text message to him, telling him my views and also I’ve asked him to give the people an apology.”