British Leftists Demand Censorship Of Tommy Robinson

The BBC is receiving pressure from rabid leftists for giving a platform to Robinson supporters.

English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson would not give the BBC any comment following his release from jail this week. Nevertheless, rabid leftists are calling the BBC ‘a platform to the far-right’ because they had the audacity to allow supporters of Robinson on their airwaves.

BBC Radio 4 featured interviews with Rebel Media founder Ezra Levant and former Breitbart London editor Raheem Kassam following Robinson’s release. The thought police found it unacceptable that these men were treated with respect during their appearances and not shouted down with obscenities for deviating from the state-mandated consensus viewpoint.

Liberal media figures also accused the BBC, a state-run media platform renown for its liberal bias, of fueling the rise of popular British figures on the Right.

Robinson was convicted for contempt of court after reporting on a case regarding Muslim child grooming gangs that was being ignored by the mainstream press and the British government. He immediately became a cult hero for British freedom following what was widely perceived as unjust kangaroo court proceedings to put him behind bars. A court ruled this week that the process ‘was flawed’ and made Robinson a free man.

Robinson will still have to attend a retrial in London and is barred from the Leeds crown court as apart of his bail conditions. Whether he is convicted or not, the legend has already been built. The whining crybaby leftists may hate the media coverage and beg for Orwellian censorship, but it will not matter. Robinson is already a British icon for standing up to Big Brother tyranny and will likely continue to grow in stature in the months and years to come.

Written by Shane Trejo

Shane Trejo is a contributing editor to The Schpiel.


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