The deluge of attacks on Channel 10's Kerri-Anne Kennerley has not ceased since she dared to voice an opinion about endemic sexual abuse in outback indigenous communities.
Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi has voiced his support for Kerri-Anne who was questioning why people were so worked up about Australia Day being celebrated on January 26, yet seemingly immune to indigenous conditions in the Outback.
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"Children, babies, five-year-olds are being raped? Their mothers are being raped, their sisters are being raped. They get no education. What have you done?" Kerri-Anne asked Channel 10 panelist Yumi Stynes.
Senator Bernardi told Paul Murray Live on Sky News, what Kerri-Anne raised was quite right to question inaction on such a massive societal problem.
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