Sonia Kruger, Host of Australian Tv show The Voice, appeared on an Australian TV panel show, The Today Show on channel 9, expressing her views that Australia should take a Donald trump like the stance on Muslim Immigration and stop anybody of the faith from entering the country.
Sonia's reasoning behind her statement of closing Australia's borders to Muslims is because her belief that there is a strong correlation between the chance of Terrorist attacks occurring and the number of Muslims residing in a country.
Unsurprisingly, Sonia claimed to have 'a lot of very good friends' who were Muslim, peace loving and beautiful people but she warneded that "there are fanatics".
Sonia used Japan as an example explaining that the country's low Muslim population of 100,000 compared to their total population of 174million is a reason behind the lack of terrorist attacks occurring in the country.
She elaborated on her stance of Immigration and Muslims by affirming 'Personally, I would like to see it stop now for Australia because I want to feel safe as all of our citizens do when we go out to celebrate Australia Day,'
People have reacted on social media some denouncing what she said other supporting her stance.
@SoniaKruger— Mariam Veiszadeh (@MariamVeiszadeh) July 18, 2016
I arrived in Australia as a Muslim refugee and I'm not a terrorist (can't believe I have to say this)@DavidCampbell73
All my support 4 @SoniaKruger our women got balls #GoSoniaKruger Sonia Kruger sparks controversy over call (cont) https://t.co/7404JDyD1n— #IStandWith #Pauline (@zezitom) July 18, 2016
Nazeem Hussain on Sonia Kruger: imagine if she had said this about any other group pic.twitter.com/5xFOapAVq3— Ben Eltham (@beneltham) July 18, 2016
I've always loved @SoniaKruger &I love her a little more today for refusing to pander to regressive Leftist politics https://t.co/HDiF0Kqsbn— (((Mrs Hitch))) (@Hitch2u) July 18, 2016
No one is saying Sonia Kruger CAN'T say those things. What's happening is when you say those things, expect to be challenged on it.— Johnny Worthington (@jworthington) July 18, 2016