FAR-LEFT groups attempted to cause trouble in Liverpool last night as North West MEP Candidate Tommy Robinson brought his campaign to Liverpool.
A local vicar told Avi Yemini: “Tommy Robinson is on my patch.”
“So I’ve come down to see what’s going on.”
The rally in Birkenhead saw locals come out in force to support Tommy.
When questioned the vicar said admitted that Tommy had “some support, but not totally.”
The counter-protesters were not even from the estate, the vicar confirmed this adding: “Some are some aren’t.” and was forced to admit that those attending Tommy’s rally where people from the estate.”
In a video posted to YouTube, Yemini said that “Real supporters from the estate that live here” were out to support the candidate.
The counter-protest saw lefties blow whistles and shout abuse, even whilst young children were around.
Avi said that the counter-protest was “Organised by the far-left they’re, not locals, they’re from the estate.”
“They’re not working class, they are nothing but paid activists.”
“When you challenge their views you realise what they are really about.”
One angry leftist attempted to push Yemini away violently.
A local woman was asked if she recognized any of these people, she said: “No they’ve come from all over just to cause trouble.”
The leftist protesters chanted: “Nazi scum of our streets.”
Yemeni revealed that “They’re calling everyone Nazi’s, saying get off our streets, but they’re not even their streets.”