SOLDIERS Across Britain are showing their support for Tommy Robinson and his new viral campaign #IAmSoilderX.
The British Army launched an investigation after a group of Army recruits bumped into Tommy at Watford Gap services and asked to have a photo with the political activist.
The investigation was launched after The Muslim Council of Britain complained to the Army.
The petition reached 150,000 despite the Establishment forcing Internet service providers to ‘blacklist’ the url.
Tommy claimed that the website came under “a big DDoS internet attack probably by the MOD” and added: “We will not stop, they can not keep treating our soldiers like dirt.”
A viral campaign has now gathered pace with soldiers across the UK posting photos with the hashtag #IAmSoldierX.
Tommy added: “I am being contacted by hundreds of Army lads all standing behind Soldier X. I am telling them to cover the face and they do not want to. They said and I quote “If they discharge Soldier X they can discharge us all!”
Support the campaign by tweeting your pictures with the hasgtag #IAmSoldierX