Today all hell broke loose when President Donald Trump retweeted several of Deputy Leader Jayda Fransen’s Twitter videos (pictured below).
The videos he retweeted are irrelevant, the act of retweeting was an explosive sign from Trump that he is not happy with the fact that Jayda is facing prison for criticising Islam!
It has made international news and so far Jayda has given interviews with the Telegraph, NBC, the BBC, Channel 4, ITV, HBO, CBS and CBC, and the story has made headlines in the Guardian, the Daily Mail, the Independent, the Sun, the Mirror and a thousand other media outlets.
The fact that the leader of the free world has expressed a level of support for our Deputy Leader is astonishing and shows the extent to which he is unhappy that patriots are being persecuted by the authorities.
The Prime Minister Theresa ‘Sharia’ May has condemned Donald Trump for his actions, despite the fact she is presiding over the implementation of Islamicblasphemy laws here in the UK.
With the seemingly-assured backing of American President Donald Trump, it is time our movement went into overdrive to defeat the numerous Mickey Mouse charges our leaders are facing.
We will not get a ‘second chance’ if we don’t move quick and fight the persecution inflicted on us by the authorities.
It is literally, now or never!
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Donald Trump re-tweeted highly inflammatory videos, says Doughty
Welsh Labour MP Stephen Doughty has criticised Donald Trump for re-tweeting comments by far right group Britain First.
The Cardiff South and Penarth MP said the US president’s re-tweets included “highly inflammatory videos” posted by someone recently arrested and charged in relation to serious offences.
He raised the issue with Commons Speaker John Bercow, who said he did not tend to follow what was said on Twitter and it would be wrong to expect a minister to immediately respond.
Wales Office Minister Lord Bourne, minister for faith in the UK government, also criticised Mr Trump for re-tweeting “proscribed anti-Muslim organisations”.
- From the sectionWales politics