Mr Batten marched alongside the Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) and Fake Sky News claimed it was the only news organisation at the demonstration and slammed Batten for addressing the crowd telling them the “political and media establishment” had covered up the issue of Muslim child grooming gangs, which was “the biggest social scandal in English history”.
He said: “The overwhelming number of people responsible for this kind of industrialised gang rape and sexual exploitation have been proved to be Muslim of the Islamic religion.”
He went on to claim that the Prophet Muhammad was “a warlord who took many sex slaves, which is permissible under Islamic culture. He married a six-year-old and consummated the marriage when she was nine years old”.
“So the age of consent for Islamic culture is a lot more elastic than it would be in western culture.”
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage warned that Mr Batten needs “to be careful what company he keeps”.
Mr Farage told Sky News: “My concern with all of these groups is that that argument spills into an argument against an entire religion.”
The ex-UKIP head said the party should be focusing on Brexit, adding “this is not the moment for people to pursue personal hobby horses”.