It went on to say Will was committed to sending the majority of the money raised to the victims of the Christchurch terrorist attack. In the wake of the shooting, she tweeted pictures of emails she received telling her - like Mr Anning's comments - that the killings were the fault of Muslims.
A small scuffle breaks out and Anning began punching the young boy for protesting his offensive comments.. The teen splats an egg on the back of Anning's head, filming the whole thing with his phone, which prompted Anning to spin around and throw a punch at the kid.
The 17-year-old teenage boy at the centre of Senator Fraser Anning's egging has commented after he was set upon by members of Senator Anning's team.
"I am utterly opposed to any form of violence within our community, and I totally condemn the actions of the gunman", he wrote.
"I do wonder if he's made Australians less safe overseas", he told reporters in Melbourne.
In the same speech, Anning called for drastic cuts to Muslim immigration and a return to racially based immigration policies.
On Saturday, a GoFundMe page dedicated to "Our Hero EggBoi" was created to buy the teen "more eggs" and pay for his "legal fees".
Meanwhile, Australia's immigration minister announced on Saturday that controversial conservative speaker Milo Yiannopoulos would not be allowed to enter Australia following Yiannopoulos describing Islam as a "barbaric" and "alien" religion.
Canberra, as well as the rest of the world, was quick to denounce Anning's statements, particularly the nation's prime minister, who stated that Anning's "views have no place in Australia", cited by the Washington Post.
Opposition leader Bill Shorten voiced his anger at Mr Anning, saying he was "chasing a headline".
After the mass shooting on Friday, far-right Sen.
He said Australians were feeling "impotent, outraged, disgusted and ashamed", after the shootings. Fraser Anning is shown immediately turning and striking the boy in the face before taking another swing.
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