The dust has hardly settled but the blame game is already under way over the Liberal Party's disastrous performance in Western Australia's state election.
The infighting, the poorly vetting of candidates, the sacking of long-time One Nation members and candidates quitting or being sacked weeks out from the election saw the party implode.
However, Hanson's party appeared set to win only two or three seats, well short of predictions it would win enough to influence legislation.
Support for Turnbull is at its lowest since he grabbed power in a party-room coup in September 2015 and party disharmony has been magnified as voters abandon the mainstream amid a resurgence among far-right parties such as One Nation.
But as soon as One Nation cut a deal with the Liberals, its loyal followers jumped off the bandwagon, because Pauline Hanson's party underestimated how much it would rankle people.
"The Labor voters that wanted to vote for us they said, 'oh no we want Colin Barnett gone, ' it was all about Colin Barnett, they wanted him gone".
Queensland University of Technology political science Professor Clive Bean says the Sunshine State remains strong for One Nation and it can't be written off for the upcoming Queensland election.
"If you stick your five fingers in the fan and you lose them, you don't go and stick your other five fingers in the fan and lose those too", he said.
Rozane Bezuidenhout was advocating for a separate white South African state, another offered cures for cancer and homosexuality, and a third fretted about gays using Nazi mind-control techniques in their campaign for marriage equality.
The Liberals and One Nation agreed to exchange preferences, with One Nation helping the Liberals in Legislative Assembly seats and the Liberals reciprocating in the Legislative Council. Baraiolo claimed she later received phone threats.
News Corp has revealed that immigrants in Sydney's inner west and south-west are shifting their support to Pauline Hanson's One Nation.
'You can't deny that we've done extremely well here - there is a place for One Nation in Western Australia so it can only grow from here.
Ms Hanson said she would carefully consider any future preference deals with the major parties following the result.
The WA Liberals signed a preference deal with One Nation ahead of the weekend election in the hopes it would deliver them the win.
"The scare campaign put out by the Labor party actually worked", she said.