TOMMY Robinson will be among several prominent right-wing speakers to discuss the phenomenon of “de-platforming” at an event in Washington, DC later today.
Mr Robinson, 35 will appear via video link after he was unable to get a visa in time – but sources say Mr Robinson may be able to get a visa at a later date.
There was also an attempt by the corrupt UK Establishment including fifty-five British MPs including Labour lawmakers and the wig-wearing Tory Micheal Fabricant, who to tried to stop Mr Robinson’s trip to America and attempted to silence the long-suffering Activist.
However, America is the land of the free, and Mr Robinson will still be able to address the event via video link.
The event will be hosted by Republican Congressman Paul Gosar (R-AZ), who also came to London and spoke at a Free Tommy rally in the summer.
He will be hosted by the Arizona Congressman and the Middle East Forum on Capitol Hill, in Washington DC.
Despite attempts to silence his appearance, the event will still go ahead, and Tommy will still be able to give his address to the Middle East Forum on Capitol Hill – via video link.
The panel will feature ex-Breitbart London Editor Raheem Kassam, For Britain leader Anne Marie Waters who will discuss the difficulty of setting up a political party and Rebel Media Editor Ezra Levant.
Last week Mr Robinson, 35 accused Big Tech in Silicon Valley and the Mainstream Media of ‘conspiring’ to take him down after his PayPal account was suspended.
He said he had seen it coming for ‘months’ with reports in the fake news media that falsely claimed he was set to earn £1m from speeches in America, that claim was allegedly from George Soros’ funded Hope Not Hate.
“This is Silicon Valley conspiring together in order to silence and control what you hear,” said Tommy.
He attacked the Mainstream Media and the George Soros’ funded Hope Not Hate adding: “They want to have the monopoly and tell you who I am and what I am about and what my views are.”
The event will discuss the increasing tendency to which not just social media platforms but other institutions such as Amazon, Hyatt Hotels, PayPal, and Visa/Mastercard, have de-platformed or banned users who raise such topics as Islamism, rape gangs, mass migration, and female genital mutilation.