Strange moment Bob Katter brandishes a shovel on live television

Bob Katter has brandished a shovel during a strange television interview, calling it "weapon".

Bob Katter has brandished a shovel during a strange television interview, calling it "weapon".

The Queensland politician appeared on Sky News on Thursday, and told presenter Tom Connell that a shovel was "the great weapon to combat the drought."

The appearance of Katter in the chain comes after a tense interview between the politician and Connell in which Mr. Katter threatened to give the host a "hiding place" for asking a "racist" question about his grandfather's inheritance.

Bob Katter has brandished a shovel during a strange television interview, calling it "weapon".

Bob Katter has brandished a shovel during a strange television interview, calling it "weapon".

  Katter said Prime Minister Scott Morrison needed to wear a helmet and sit on an excavator during the construction of Hughenden's irrigation plan.

  Katter said Prime Minister Scott Morrison needed to wear a helmet and sit on an excavator during the construction of Hughenden's irrigation plan.

Katter said Prime Minister Scott Morrison needed to wear a helmet and sit on an excavator during the construction of Hughenden's irrigation plan.

Katter said Prime Minister Scott Morrison needed to wear a helmet and sit on a bulldozer during the construction of Hughenden's irrigation system, which he believes will provide relief to people suffering from the effects of the drought.

& # 39; It's ready for the shovel, ready to go. This is the great weapon to combat the drought, "he said while pointing to the tool.

"Our rivers run every year, put a shovel full of dirt, hold a little water and have it for the rest of the year."

The appearance of Katter in Sky News came after he said that Connell needed a "hiding place" to ask if his grandfather, born in Bcharre, Lebanon in 1882, would be welcome in Australia after the controversial speech on immigration by the Australian Party member of Katter, Fraser Anning.

In the speech, Mr. Anning called the Muslims in Australia a "problem" and said that a "final solution" was needed in the form of a public vote on immigration.

"I think that asking people where their ancestors come from, or commenting on it, is the height of bad manners," Mr. Katter replied.

"If my mother had ever heard me talk about money, or about someone's racial background, I would have hidden a lot, and Tom, you need a big hiding place.

It comes after a tense interview between Mr. Katter and Tom Connell, where the Queensland representative threatened to give the host a "hiding place".

It comes after a tense interview between Mr. Katter and Tom Connell, where the Queensland representative threatened to give the host a "hiding place".

It comes after a tense interview between Mr. Katter and Tom Connell, where the Queensland representative threatened to give the host a "hiding place".

"You need a big hiding place to ever mention something of that nature.

"It's a racist comment on your part and you're condemned for a racist comment."

Connell said the question was not racist, and that he simply asked about the "place of birth."

Mr. Katter did not agree with Connell's line of questions.

"I'm Australian, my grandfather was Australian for my father and his father was Australian," he said.

"They are Australians, do not worry about where they come from, and they are damn Australian."

The appearance of Katter in Sky News came after he said that Connell needed a "hiding place" to ask if his grandfather would be welcome in Australia.

The appearance of Katter in Sky News came after he said that Connell needed a "hiding place" to ask if his grandfather would be welcome in Australia.

The appearance of Katter in Sky News came after he said that Connell needed a "hiding place" to ask if his grandfather would be welcome in Australia.

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