After President Trump Retweeted Her Muslim Videos, Britain First Deputy Leader Asked For His Help

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After President Trump Retweeted Her Muslim Videos, Britain First Deputy Leader Asked For His Help



The Leader of the Nationalist Movement group in the UK, Britain First on Thursday asked President Donald Trump to intervene before she is thrown in jail for telling the truth.

See the Tweets here

Her appeal to the president came after Trump retweeted three videos from Jayda Fransen on Wednesday morning. The leader of Britain First tweeted videos of violent acts committed by Muslims in groups.

Fransen posted a video on Twitter that tagged President Trump and said that she was delighted that such a prominent leader of the Free World took time to retweet her tweets and asked for help.



She said she is facing prison for "giving a speech in which I criticized Islam." Britain has some serious issues to deal with if this is how they treat those that speak the truth!

"This is evidence that Britain has become Sharia-compliant and our establishment have now instituted legislation that constitutes blasphemy laws here in the U.K." she said in the video.

"On behalf of myself and every citizen in Britain, and for everyone, every man and woman that has fought, bled and died for us to have the freedom of speech, I am appealing to you, for your help."

"I am appealing for your intervention before I am thrown in jail and others receive the same treatment for simply speaking out," she continued.

 The Hill Reported:

Fransen was charged with using "threatening, abusive or insulting words or behavior" in speeches she made earlier this year, according to the BBC. She is expected to appear at Belfast Magistrates' Court on Dec. 14.

Trump, who talked during his campaign about barring Muslims from entering the country, faced backlash Wednesday after retweeting the controversial videos.
British Prime Minister Theresa May condemned the action and London Mayor Sadiq Khan said Trump should not be welcomed in the U.K.

The leader of the United Kingdom's left-wing Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, called for the British government to condemn the retweets. 

"I hope our Government will condemn far-right retweets by Donald Trump. They are abhorrent, dangerous and a threat to our society," Corbyn tweeted.


You cannot imprison people just because they speak the truth. This totalitarian regime that Britain has created is the reason why Brexit happened. Down with the globalist! Share if you agree!

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