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Troubling signs as Tommy Robinson is finally released from prison, looking worse for wear

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British journalist and activist Tommy Robinson shared a touching video of himself hugging his two small children after spending two-and-a-half months in jail for reporting on the trial of a Muslim grooming gang that allegedly raped underage girls.

“It’s me! Posting to my own social media for the first time in 2 and a half months,” Robinson wrote on Facebook. “I wanted to share with everyone the moment I got home, got to see my kids and to say a few thank yous to some of the people who helped and supported me. Thank you! – Tommy”


Robinson was released on August 1 after an appellate court ruled that he was denied due process when he was immediately jailed without being given adequate opportunity to defend himself for allegedly violating a gag order.

Robinson’s supporters like British journalist Katie Hopkins said he looked gaunt and exhausted after his jail stint. Hopkins tweeted: “Before. After. The British State fattens up Jihadis on taxpayers cash, starves an innocent man imprisoned by a kangaroo court.”


Canadian journalist Ezra Levant of Rebel Media said he believed “Tommy’s treatment in prison can only be described as torture. I am sick to my stomach.”

As BizPac Review previously reported, Robinson was arrested on May 25 for livestreaming a report on the trial of a Muslim grooming gang that raped underage white girls.

The British government did not want the media to cover the trial, presumably to quell violent backlash from the country’s large Muslim population.

Robinson was serving a prior 13-month suspended sentence for contempt of court for filming accused Muslim child rapists outside a court in 2017.

Shockingly, the U.K. government tried to block press coverage of Robinson’s latest arrest, and would have been successful had it not been for social media outcry around the world.

The hashtags #FreeTommy and #FreeTommyRobinson were tweeted every day as the mainstream media largely ignored Robinson’s sham imprisonment.

In June 2018, conservative author Raheem Kassam, a former Breitbart editor, expressed concern that Robinson might be murdered in jail after he was abruptly moved to a prison with a heavy Muslim population.

Over the years, Robinson has received countless death threats for exposing the epidemic of Muslim rape gangs in Europe.

Tommy has been smeared as a racist Islamophobe simply for reporting the facts about Europe’s Muslim rape epidemic, which are undisputed.

Swedish journalist Peter Imanuelsen noted that a 35-year-old British man named Kevin Crehan — who was jailed for putting bacon outside a mosque — was mysteriously murdered in prison.


Robinson has been vilified for shining a spotlight on the alarming proliferation of Muslim rape gangs in the U.K. after Muslims complained that reporting the facts was Islamophobic.

In almost all the cases, the victims were underage white British girls and the perpetrators were Muslim men. The British press use the euphemism “Asian” to describe the rape squads in order to not anger its rapidly-escalating Muslim population.


Shaikh Tawhidi, a Muslim imam, has repeatedly vouched for Tommy’s character.

Tawhidi, who calls Tommy Robinson his “brother,” said they have spoken at length many times over the years, and he does not believe Robinson is Islamophobic.

Radical Muslims responded to Imam Tawhidi by making death threats against him.


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