Late last night, our UK team member Tommy Robinson tweeted a live video of himself being arrested at 4am London time.
As you probably know, Tommy has been covering the trials of alleged Muslim rape gangs in the UK.
Today, police took him away over the filming of one of those reports, one we haven’t even aired yet.
So first thing this morning, we hired UK lawyers to go to court with Tommy, whose only crime seems to have been “attempted journalism.”
We also set up SaveTommy.com, and quickly got tens of thousands of signatures on a petition, plus donations large and small to help pay for his legal representation.
Tommy is now out of jail and back home with his family, thanks to your generous support, but on May 22 he has another hearing.
This fight isn’t over.
Meanwhile, Tommy Robinson will be back on the streets tomorrow, fearlessly reporting. Stay tuned!
NEXT: My favourite expert on Venezuela, Israel Ortega, joins me to talk about the deteriorating situation in that country, and what its future looks like.
THEN: I talk to our Washington, DC Bureau Chief Jack Posobiec, about one of the most exciting moments in Rebel history:
We also laugh about the "blue check mark" media's hysterical reaction about The Rebel getting White House credentials.
(Find out which famous "journalist" called Jack "a scumbag.")
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