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Tommy Robinson Asks ‘How will they downplay this one?’

TERROR Police are investigating a suspected Terror Attack in London after a car driving at 50mph ploughed into pedestrians and a barrier outside the Houses of Parliament in London.

The attacker is not currently co-operating with Met Police and he is not known to Mi5 or the Security Services.

The driver was described by MailOnline as being black and wearing a puffa coat, was pulled from the smoking silver vehicle by around a dozen armed officers who had their rifles trained on him following the rush hour smash.

Suspected Attacker

A ‘loud bang’ echoed around Parliament Square at 7.30am and witnesses said the car was travelling at up to 50mph and appeared to ‘intentionally’ swerve towards Parliament and smashed into a security checkpoint barrier.

Anti-Radical Islam Activist Tommy Robinson asked what the whole of England is thinking right now, and has said ‘How will they downplay this one?

He suggested a few excuses such as ‘Mental illness’ and ‘Dangerous driving.’

Tommy added: “No doubt the man who has committed this latest jihad attack will have been known to our security services, he will have been on some watch list but due to political cowardice he was allowed to roam our streets waiting to attack.

He also said: “Also guaranteed is that he will be held in better conditions than Tommy was.

No solitary confinement for terrorists.”

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  1. Eric

    August 14, 2018 at 21:37

    They are saying that it was because of Boris Johnson’s comment about the burka. He wasn’t wearing a burka so that means that he took terrorist action because he was either a letterbox or a robber. Which one was it??

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