In front of his vandalized screen, Tommy Robinson gave his stump speech to a crowd of supporters in Burnley that focused on sacrifice and family.
In Tommy's speech, he stresses that we're living in a post-free speech era, and that Parliament doesn't have any reason to care about the working class. But, since the working class is already the majority, voting for Tommy in spite of his censorship can “strike fear” into the heart of the establishment.
During his speech, Tommy references the crowd of about ten people protesting him. I had attempted to interview them earlier about their matching signs, but was escorted away by police after asking them if they were being paid to show up.
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