‘Did you pick this arsehole of a man because of his white extremist views, or despite them,’ raged Hinch on Hanson's role in elevating Anning into a position of power, leaving her momentarily stunned.
On the back foot throughout the interview, the One Nation figurehead took a grilling from a visibly incensed Kochie, but rejected claims she had fed into a violent racist narrative.
‘Anyone who causes terrorism is bad,’ she said, when asked if she condemned the alleged shooter.
But things got really heated when Hanson accused Sunrise of placing her face in a graphic along with Anning and the accused terrorist. Denied by Kochie, the tense scene only simmered down when Hinch and Hanson both agreed they wanted the death penalty reinstated.