Just after the Westminster terror attack unfolded, Katie Hopkins took to Fox News to criticise London's "scared and disunited" response.
Hopkins branded London's response to Westminster's terror attack to 'stand strong and not be cowed' as "pathetic".
In the days since the interview, the controversial commentator attracted a barrage of criticism across the political spectrum for her "stupid and false" portrayal of Britain's capital.
Hopkins' controversial comments prompted backlash from many public figures
Hopkins took to Fox News just after the Westminster Attack unfolded to criticise Britain
Among those who criticised Hopkins, Labour MP Chris Bryant rejected the idea London was shut down while Tory MP James Cleverley said: "No one is cowed, afraid or divided."
The TV historian Dan Snow also hit back at claims that London was scared or afraid following the attack.
This Morning host Phillip Scholfield also tweeted he was going to walk across Westminster Bridge to prove that London was resilient.
Today Hopkins delivered a defence on her LBC talk show and hit out against the public figures who criticised her.
In a blazing and enraged rant, she told her LBC audience: "The terrorists in this country have made it so that you now believe walking down a pavement, is brave."
Hopkins took little time into her radio show to launch a tirade against her critics
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The terrorists in this country have made it so that you now believe walking down a pavement is brave
She continued: "What I'd love to hear from you, and love to hear articulated, are some of the very angry voices, that think I am wrong.
"That believe I am wrong for saying the things I've said.
"That think I'm wrong for saying 'yes, our country is a little cowed', 'our country is a little sad'.
"And you tell me 'you carry on'. You tell me 'we're united'. You put up there, Phillip Schofield, that as an act of defiance, you walked across Westminster Bridge? You are pathetic. You are pathetic. You walked across a bridge, you walked down a pavement?
"Dan Snow, you took a video on your way to work, showing pictures of pretty flowers? No, you are not brave. You are not united. You are cowed.
"You happen to think, that that's the new normal? You happen to think, cracking on like you did yesterday, somehow shows that you are fighting back, that you are resilient? That is not good enough.
"The terrorists in this country have made it so that you now believe walking down a pavement, is brave. You now believe doing the things you always did, is somehow resilient?
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She continued: "No it does not. You stand there with your hashtags. You stand there and make hearts up to the heavens, because you know ants do, when a few of them are stood on? The rest crack on like normal and wait for the next footstep to fall.
"My challenge to you; is that's exactly what we're doing to society, we're carrying on. We are in denial. Now if you think that makes you not cowed, I say you're the fool."
The impassioned defence of her comments is the latest in a long line of controversial comments made by the firebrand radio host.
Later in her morning programme, Hopkins also criticised liberals for "delighting" in the fact that Khalid Masood was British and not a migrant.