Remember the UK’s Bedfordshire Police? That’s the department that raided Tommy Robinson’s home at 4am, to arrest him for the high crime of doing a 45-second selfie video from the courthouse where a Muslim rape gang was on trial.
Well, the Bedfordshire Police just sent out a tweet that I thought it was a joke, but it’s real:
Do you think you could spot the signs of right wing extremism? Do you know someone who would #CrossTheLine?
“Cross the Line” is an online game. It plays little scenarios:
Do you want to go to the gym? Do you want to the pub? Do you want to go to… a rally? Maybe an anti-Brexit rally? That could lead to murder!
(Not the hundreds of real murders carried out by Muslim extremists across the UK, but the imaginary murders done by “right wingers.”)
This whole multi-million dollar smear campaign is literally a rebuttal to Tommy’s work for The Rebel.
And after one week, the video that goes with this smear campaign has less than 100 views.
It also got eight “dislikes.”
I’ll bet the Bedfordshire Police are hunting down those eight wrong-thinkers right now...
TONIGHT'S GUESTS: Sun columnist Lorrie Goldstein explains why Ontario is back in coal business; then the Rebel's Candice Malcolm talks about the response she's received from her recent column about female genital mutilation.
PS: Learn more about the campaign against this barbaric practice at FightFGM.com.