Tommy Robinson backs Britain's Jews, and gets punished for it

Ezra Levant reports from London, England, where Tommy Robinson was in court after he was charged while attending a rally supporting Britain's Jews in November 2023.

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On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Ezra was outside the Westminster Magistrates' Court in London, England. There, he caught up with Tommy Robinson, who faces yet another trial brought on by overzealous policing. 

Tommy's latest trial comes when a few months ago, anti-Israel hate marches were ravaging the streets of London. Tens of thousands of people publicly called for the death of Jews.

In response, a massive crowd of around 50,000 people participated in a march against antisemitism, countering the Hamas sycophants by calling for cooler heads to prevail.

Among those present at the rally included Tommy Robinson, who was covering the event as an independent journalist with Urban Scoop. But local law enforcement informed Tommy he could not be present for the march, a request from one of the organizers, a left-wing Jew named Gideon Falter.

Onlookers supporting the Jewish community were appalled by the two-tier policing on display. Now, Tommy finds himself back in a London court for reporting on the news.

Worse yet, a personal vendetta led to the on-the-record reading of his home address in court — despite Tommy having received 12 actionable death threats in the past.

Ezra shares his thoughts on the charges against Tommy and the ongoing trial, before he is joined by Tommy for a further look at the day's hearing. He will be back in court on April 22–23. 

Follow all of Rebel News' coverage of Tommy Robinson's trial at TommyTrial.com

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