A GAY Bar in Manchester’s Gay Village has faced backlash after banning a group of Tommy Robinson supporters, Politicalite can exclusively reveal.
TriBeCa bar in Sackville Street in Manchester’s Gay district of the City Centre lied about the reason for the cancellation claiming to have a ‘double booking’ after Patriot Rachel Sellers paid and booked out the bar for drinks for her birthday and those supporting Tommy Robinson after an upcoming rally against the BBC’s fake news at MediaCityUK.
Sellers wrote on Facebook “I’m inviting our patriot friends for my 33rd Birthday!”
Hazel O’ Keefe contacted Sellers and claimed that “due to a double booking your event has been cancelled”
TriBeCa then posted on social media “Oops, looks like we have a double booking and have to cancel this” and then invited the ‘violent’ Stand Up To Racism group to put up banners on the 23rd.
SUTR activists have called for the stabbing of patriots with one activist posting online that they hoped a Manchester Yellow Vest activist, Ashlea Robyn was ‘stabbed by a crackhead,’ in comments posted online, the comments were not removed for two days.
Ashlea Robyn told Politicalite: “I asked SUTR politely on numerous occasions to remove the threats of violence towards myself as it was deeply concerning.”
“Having people calling for me to be stabbed simply because I am a Leave voter and stand for the rights and will of the British people.”
She added: “This level of hatred is alarming and dangerous and must be challenged.”
We have contacted TriBeCa Bar for comment.