Mr Anning, a northern Queensland hotelier, called for a nationwide vote to decide whether Australians wanted "wholesale non-English speaking immigrants from the third world".
Senator Anning, an ex-One Nation senator, has been widely criticised for calling for a ban on Muslim immigration and using the phrase "final solution" in reference to a plebiscite on which migrants can enter the country.
The term commonly describes the Nazi policy of exterminating European Jews, which...
"I love it!" He maintained "90 per cent of Australia have been waiting for someone to say it and believe it".
Independent Senator Derryn Hinch said there "was hardly a group of Australians he did not offend unless you were very close to being a member of the Ku Klux Klan".
In a weird defence of the senator, Mr Katter said the Muslims in Australia were persecuting the Jews, and saying Australia turned its back on them.
She said: "We have called for people coming here to give their undivided loyalty to this country - that you be Australian and proud of this country and abide by the laws".
"If people want to take it out of context that's entirely up to them".
Anning's comments were condemned by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull who emphasised Australia was one of the most successful multicultural societies in the world.
"I'm a Muslim migrant, I'm about to be a Senator and there's not a damn thing Fraser Anning can do about it", she wrote in a piece for website Junkee on Wednesday.
Never mind that in her own maiden speech as a senator Hanson had declared that further Muslim immigration should be stopped and the burqa banned.
"Absolutely, 1000%, I support everything he said", Katter told reporters during a news conference in the northern city of Cairns Wednesday.
In light of the reaction to his speech, Anning has maintained his hardline and refused to apologise for his comments.
Ms Faruqi said she was excited to bring "much needed diversity" to Canberra, and hoped her presence would encourage non-white Australians.
Around 1942, the Nazi leadership established a plan called "The Final Solution to the Jewish Question", which led to the genocide of more than six million Jewish people in occupied Europe.
Then there was that force of nature, Bob Katter, who said he supported his new recruit "1000% ..."
Cabinet Minister Josh Frydenberg had relatives who went through the Holocaust and this morning slammed the words as ignorant, insensitive, divisive and hurtful.
"We have to call it out and we must condemn it", he said.
Shorten said parliament couldn't remain silent when it comes to racism.
"I'm exhausted of fighting, I'm exhausted of having to stand up against hate, against vilification, time and time and time again", Ms Aly said.
Ms Aly told Parliament she was proud of the response from all sides of politics against Mr Anning's speech.
She said for years anyone who raised "sensible objections" to large-scale migration was sneered at as a racist. He's a member of the hard left, not the lily pad left.