Trump’s Ambassador Lobbied Britain On Behalf Of Jailed Pro-Freedom Activist Tommy Robinson
At last, an American administration that has its priorities in place. What a change from the Obama administration. The government of Theresa May has become increasingly repressive toward anyone and everyone who opposes its sinister agenda regarding mass Muslim migration into Britain. Tommy Robinson is just the most well known case of many. And while these people have been hounded and persecuted by their own government, that government turns a blind eye to ISIS jihadis returning from Iraq and Syria and roaming around freely. It’s a shocking example of dhimmitude and appeasement, and heralds the larger collapse of British society as a whole. Brownback was right to speak up, and Darroch should heed what he said.
“Trump’s ambassador lobbied Britain on behalf of jailed right-wing activist Tommy Robinson,” by Mark Hosenball, Reuters, July 14, 2018:
LONDON (Reuters) – Sam Brownback, the U.S. Ambassador for International Religious Freedom, complained to the British ambassador in Washington D.C. about the treatment of an English right-wing activist who is in jail for disrupting a trial, according to three sources familiar with the discussion.
Brownback raised the case of the activist known as Tommy Robinson in a June meeting with Sir Kim Darroch, Britain’s Ambassador to the United States, according to a British official and two sources close to the organizers of a pro-Robinson demonstration planned for London on Saturday….
Robinson was arrested in late May outside a courthouse in Leeds, England, while making video recordings about a trial related to child molestation and jailed for 13 months for violating English law limiting publicity during criminal trials.
Brownback raised the jailing of Robinson during a meeting with Darroch that covered a range of “religious freedom issues”, the British official confirmed earlier this week.
Brownback told Darroch that if Britain did not treat Robinson more sympathetically, the Trump administration might be compelled to criticize Britain’s handling of the case, according to the two sources in contact with organizers of the planned pro-Robinson demonstration….
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller