Met Police are investigating Yellow Vest protesters over a now infamous confrontation with Anna Soubry. According to reports, they believe a “public order offense may have been committed.”
On Wednesday, activists confronted Soubry accusing her of being a “traitor” and being “on the side of Adolf Hitler”. Soubry herself told reporters that the Met have involved themselves: “A senior officer in parliament then contacted me and he downloaded and watched the entire video and he took the view that a public order offence had been committed and they are now investigating.”
Maybe we should not be surprised at hyperbolic smears from a lefty paper but particularly concerning is this passage: “The group’s leader, James Goddard – whose use of the word “traitor” is the same term used by members of the far right to describe the murdered Labour MP Jo Cox – filmed himself calling Soubry a “disgrace to the country” because of her tenacious campaigning for a people’s vote.”
So, basically, anyone who calls someone a traitor is now bracketed with a murderer in the world of lefty thought police papers such as The Observer. Seemingly also calling a Brexiteer MP the ‘worst piece of scum’ is not a public order offense?
Clearly, following events in both France and Belgium have shaken the British establishment to the core and they are determined to smear the Yellow Vest movement.