FOLLOWING the adjournment of his court case and a series of mainstream media articles attacking him, not to mention brutal attacks from an SNP MP and the Speaker of the House Of Commons, Tommy Robinson has thrown down the gauntlet to the entire establishment.
Referring to the numerous allegations of sexist bullying levelled against Bercow, he called on him to “get his own house in order.” He also called on Bercow and the SNP MP, Stewart Malcolm McDonald to make their comments against him outside the House Of Commons where they can speak under the protection of Parliamentary Privilege which makes them immune from prosecution under slander/defamation laws.
No one in Westminster speaks openly and honestly about the real problems in this country, he said. He then referred to various European countries including France and Holland where the “peoples movement” have representatives. That “at some point is going to have to change”.
He has previously said he wants to join UKIP and dined at the House Of Lords with Lord Pearson and Gerard Batten MEP following his trial. However, the current Chair of UKIP has called for the Party to focus on Brexit and seems to have ruled out any future Party wide debate on his membership saying that the Party must “focus on Brexit.”
Tommy insisted that “this movement needs to go political, it has to go political, there has to be a political option for all of you people who are feeling not listened too.” In a sign of his increased intent to be politically active, he also announced he has been invited to speak on Capitol Hill in November in a move that surely indicates he intends to shift focus from journalistic to political activism.