May 25, 2019

COMING SOON — The Rebel's LIVE, interactive election night special from the UK, with Ezra, Jessica and Tommy Robinson

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Our student journalist Jessica Swietoniowski did a great job covering Tommy Robinson's campaign to win a seat in the European Parliament, but of course, the big news — who won? — won't be announced until this Sunday night, May 26. So we've decided to do something special:

We're going to do a LIVE election night TV special on Sunday night, when the results of Tommy’s election will be announced.

CLICK HERE for the place to watch!

From what we can see, results will be announced at around 11pm UK time — that’s about 6pm on the east coast of North America.

But we're going to start the show early, at 9pm Manchester time, which is 4pm Eastern in North America.

I’ll be there, in Manchester. Jessica will be there, too, of course, and Tommy said he’d pop by. We’ll talk about the campaign and look at the polls.

And the moment we get the election results, we’ll report them.

But the part that’s the most fun is that it’s interactive:

Just like with all our livestreams, you can also leave us comments, ask us questions, and banter amongst yourselves with other viewers. It’s a lively community — perfect for an election night — a digital place to hang out while we all wait for the results together.

On Sunday night, join us HERE at, or go to our Rebel YouTube channel, staring at 9pm Manchester time, which is 4pm Eastern. 

I’m flying in just for the night — then I have to get right back to Canada. If you feel like helping me cover my flight, or frankly helping to cover the costs of Jessica’s security, you can do that at Tommy — I got a flight to London for about $1,000 Canadian, and then there’s train fare up to Manchester, and one night’s hotel, and we have to hire a cameraman in Manchester. All in, the cost of the livestream will be about $2000 — if you want to help us out, please do, but even if you can’t, please watch — that’s FREE, of course.

Why bother getting the election results from the BBC or the other mainstream media in the UK? You know you can't trust them.

Instead, be part of our live, interactive election night special — I think you'll enjoy getting to chat with viewers across the UK and from all over the world.

Please join us Sunday night RIGHT HERE, and tell your friends and family.

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commented 2019-05-26 13:53:08 -0400
According to Exit Polls (CTV) Farage is still on track to get more votes than Labor and Cons put together.

What may be bad news is the Anti-Globalist Parties may not do as well as they were supposed to. Two hours to go and then we should know, except for the recount areas.
commented 2019-05-26 12:58:35 -0400
Just imagine, PM Nigel Farage….Trump wins a new Term….UK and US rescue CA, AU and NZ from the Maws of Globalism….All the above countries form a new alliance and deport all the undesirables.

How sweet it is!
commented 2019-05-26 11:25:31 -0400
A point of interest…. President Donald Trump has requested the presence of Nigel Farage at the table, when he has dinner with the Queen.
commented 2019-05-26 11:14:26 -0400
RON JOSEPH commented 19 hours ago.
Bojo may be the next UK PM, but only until he takes the UK out of the EU…………..

I agree with you Ron and don’t forget Bojo voted three times in favor of May’s ‘Remain’ campaign during the Leave or Stay debates. Nigel Farage dose not approve of him.
The Conservatives are ‘between a rock and a hard place’ right now, a situation that could well leave them right back where they were before but with a different leader. I sense the possibility of a new Election in the air, something they are terrified of because of ‘their’ Bogyman, Farage.
commented 2019-05-25 16:15:51 -0400
Thanks Ezra for following these elections up close. Although I’m interested in Nigel and Tommy results, the more important results are that of all 28 countries.
It is possible that this election will signal the beginning of the end for the Globalists like Merkel, Macron and Trudeau in October.

Keith Barnes …Boris Johnson ‘Bojo’ is the favorite to become the next Brit PM.
Bojo may be the next UK PM, but only until he takes the UK out of the EU. Unfortunately the Conservative back benchers don’t like Boris, as many feel that he is a scatterbrain and will replace him sooner or later.
You will probably ask if they don’t like him, why will they vote him in? Boris is one of few Brexitors who has promised to take them completely out of the EU.
commented 2019-05-25 14:20:53 -0400
Jessica is doing a fabulous job. She is smart, intelligent and courageous. Just like the rest of The Rebel journalists.
(I hope it’ll be on the website. I don’t get youtube live streams on my computer.)
commented 2019-05-25 12:26:04 -0400
Jessica is a keeper, don’t let her get away Ezra….
Big money may be spent on keeping Tommy ‘and’ Farage down in the vote count and vote counters can be bought, add to this, Globalism and be prepared for the unexpected.
My self, I hope both Tommy and Farage will win in the MEP race.

As a point of interest, Boris Johnson ‘Bojo’ is the favorite to become the next Brit PM.