“Tommy Robinson is a symbol of defence against the bullying establishment”

When Tommy Robinson is shown in the media he’s slandered and vilified, described as the most hated man in Britain. However, whenever Tommy turns up in places like Sunderland he’s given a hero’s welcome. This is because he stands up for these people, whether it be when they’re groomed and raped by extremist gangs, when they’re bullied by the police and the civil service, or when football hooligans attack them. Tommy defends them when the state and the media paint a completely false narrative.

That’s why people love him, he’s a symbol of defence against the bullying establishment.

~ Edward Blighty, What I learned from meeting Tommy Robinson (The Old Blighty)

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