Canadian Writer: Tommy Robinson Voters ‘Should Be Arrested’
A Canadian writer and blogger believes that anyone who votes for British free speech activist Tommy Robinson in his bid for Member of European Parliament should be tossed in jail.
“Anyone who votes for
#TommyRobinson should be arrested. We need to put a stop to this nonsense immediately before there is a holocaust not only against muslims but also progressive ideas,” said Jaclyn Holland-Strauss.
Holland-Strauss is a self-published author and blogger. On her website, she describes herself as “a complex, nuanced person.” According to her LinkedIn, she lives in Nova Scotia, Canada.
“I support creative artists. I believe in reaching our full potential. I advocate for LGBQ2. Reform capitalism! Open to communism. Pro Antifa,” Holland-Strauss’ Twitter bio says.
Perhaps someone ought to alert her that “lock my political opponents up” is not exactly a “nuanced” stance. Rather, it’s the one used totalitarians to silence the nuances of open debate.
Robinson is already facing trouble in his election campaign for a seat in European Parliament. Twitter banned his campaign account in a brazen act of tyrannical political censorship.
Big League Politics reported:
Thursday evening British free speech activist Tommy Robinson announced his bid for Member of European parliament, and Twitter has already censored his campaign by suspending his account.
Nick Monroe was the first report the news.
“TWITTER REMOVES Tommy Robinson’s CAMPAIGN Twitter account,” he said, attaching a screenshot of the account.
@TRobinsonMEP was the handle Robinson was using.
Robinson’s personal accounts have been banned on nearly every big tech platform, including Twitter and Instagram, owned by Facebook. His book, Mohammed’s Koran, which is critical of radical Islam, has also been banned from Amazon.
Robinson is a free-speech hero in the U.K. Last year, he was arrested and thrown in jail after filming the defendants in an Islamic grooming gang case as they entered the courtroom. The British mainstream press had been silent on the trial. Thousands gathered at a “Free Tommy” rally in London shortly thereafter.
He detailed the abuse he faced in prison, including solitary confinement, on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
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