It is utterly pathetic that a join censure motion from all major parties will be debated on April 2.
That is the earliest date politicians could act without adding unnecessarily drama. But instead of acting they are merely denouncing.
He is plainly seeking to attract attention as a rallying point for neo-nazis. Denunciation without other measures only helps provide the notoriety.
Doubtful whether he could or should be prosecuted for what he said and that could help him get attention.
Casually expelling him from the Senate without fuss or ceremony is a gesture less likely to assist him.
Not much of a gesture since he will be out very shortly anyway.
But at least as useful as other gestures of solidarity against the mass murder of muslims by neo-nazis.
Requires amendment of Parliamentary Privileges Act 1987 which abolished the power of either House to expel a member.
Simply add a section to the effect that notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this or any other legislation he is expelled forthwith.
Both houses meet immediately after April Fools day. Could be done by suspending standing orders etc and rushing it through both Houses without wasting more than a few minutes on voting, with GG standing by to proclaim it a few seconds later. A few seconds extra for him to attempt to say something and get ejected for whatever he says.
No need to worry about setting a precedent or getting overturned for unconstitutionality as he would be out anyway by the time he could get to Court.
Instead they are deliberately choosing to virtue signal while not actually doing anything against open mobilization for neo-nazi terrorism.
This must be taken seriously. It should be qute feasible for public outrage to force politicians to just shutup and act.