"Just because the followers of this savage belief were not the killers in this instance, does not make them blameless", he concluded.
He previously said the comments the senator made were appalling, ugly and had no place in Australia. "He should be, frankly, ashamed of himself", the Aussie premier was quoted as saying.
Asked by a journalist what she thought of Anning's comments, she replied simply: "They're a disgrace".
"The senator in question, I do not think operates by the beat of the same drum as the rest of us", he said.
An anti-immigrant manifesto purportedly written by the man in police custody was posted on Twitter and the online forum 8chan shortly before the shootings.
"We need to call it out, we need to make sure that no way any member of parliament fosters it".
In an August 2018 speech before the Australian parliament, Anning said "the final solution to the immigration problem, of course, is a popular vote", invoking a term used by leaders of Nazi Germany to refer to the Holocaust.
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The person who perpetrated this violence against us is not. 'The guy that my worker was nursing, he passed away in his arms sadly. Forty-nine people were killed and at least 20 wounded in the tragedy, which took place in Christchurch, New Zealand .
Anning has continually been dropped from all the political parties that he was able to join.
"Clearly that is racist", Katter said at the time.
Meanwhile, a petition calling for Senator Anning to be removed from office has more than 225,000 signatures.
News.com.au political reporter Sam Clench wrote: "The Australian senator now spewing racist garbage in response to the New Zealand mosque attack got 19 votes at the last election".
Footage of the incident shows Fraser Anning, a far-right independent Queensland senator, speaking at a press conference when the 17-year-old cracked an egg over his head while filming with a mobile phone.
One Australian teen gave the world a much-needed moment of catharsis on Saturday, egging Australian senator Fraser Anning over his reaction to the horrific Christchurch, New Zealand mass shooting and taking a punch in the face for his efforts. He was later released without charge pending further investigations.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for the first time on Sunday joined the public condemnation of Anning.
At least part of the shooting was live-streamed on social media.