Pauline Hanson is reportedly launching a cartoon series titled Please Explain and it will be similar to South Park.
The Australian reports the One Nation leader will be looking to target young voters (18 to 35-year-olds) with her 20-episode series.
Each episode will last around two minutes and they will be rolled out across social media giants like Facebook, TikTok, Instagram and Twitter to maximise their chance of being seen by young Aussies.
News Corp explains how the setting of the series will be in a classroom and Hanson will be the teacher.
She will be using her own voice in the show and the 'unruly' students will be a collection of big name politicians and political figures in Australia.
We'll get to see Scott Morrison dressed in his Hawaiian holiday attire and even see the Deputy Prime Minister, Barnaby Joyce, dressed as a beetroot.
The series will also feature Anthony Albanese, Barnaby Joyce, Adam Bandt, Sarah Hanson-Young, Peter Dutton (who has been dressed up as Lord Voldemort), Bob Katter and Craig Kelly.
Former Prime Ministers Malcolm Turnbull and Kevin Rudd will make an appearance in the classroom as 'miserable ghosts' who keep trying to disrupt the lesson.
The Australian believes the first three episodes could drop as early as this week so keep your eyes peeled on social media if you want to see a politician spend their time slagging off other MPs and officials in the form of a cartoon series.
It's reported the series cost upwards of six figures, which sounds like a great investment.
It's unclear how Hanson will be utilising these episodes to attract young Australians to vote for One Nation, however it's believed to be essentially an election campaign video that is animated.
Maybe the One Nation camp believes 18 to 35 year old Aussies will be won over by animated politicians being told off by an omnipotent educator in the form of Pauline Hanson.
We'll soon see what the episodes are like and whether they achieve their goal.
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