So Tommy Robinson, the controversial founder of the English Defense League, was arrested for livestreaming outside a courthouse during the trial for the members of one of Britain's many grooming gangs. He may be facing 13 months in prison. 13 months for live streaming!
This is not the first time Britain has engaged in straight up, thuggish, police state tactics. From banning Lauren Southern from entering Britain to arresting Count Dankula for a Youtube joke, it's getting wildly out-of-hand. All the while, grooming gangs are abusing thousands of children in places like Rotherham and Telford.
And it appears, the judge pulled some skulduggery to keep the press from reporting on it. Here's Will Chamberlain's breakdown of the matter:
Whatever ban seems to have been lifted, as multiple British papers are now reporting on it. Perhaps that's because in this globalized media marketplace, such stories can't be kept under wraps. But just look at this video from the day he was arrested! Britain is becoming a police state.
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