TOMMY ROBINSON has not been elected as an MEP for the the North West region, but remains positive in the knowledge that his message is starting to seriously resonate with the British public.
The Independent candidate’s campaign was highly censored and attacked by the establishment, who feared that his campaign would go viral on social media and could have converted into votes at the ballot box.
Over the months leading up to the election, Tommy’s campaign was blighted by an intentional plot to silence him, with his Paypal account being stopped for no reason and ALL of his social media platforms being suspended in a blatant example of unprecedented election interference.
He had pledged to represent “the working class of England” if elected as an Independent MEP and told reporters at the count that “Nigel Farage will absolutely smash it.”
He said that it was not a fair campaign as he was unable to get across his message online because he’d been banned by social media sites.
Tommy remained in good spirits however, saying:
“My wife’s up here so I’m gonna get out of here, go see my wife,” he said before thanking supporters for “keeping me alive, because I genuinely didn’t think I’d be alive by the end of it, with what was happening”
There was a large police presence that saw dozens of officers deployed and more than 15 police cars and vans parked on streets next to the counting hall as left wing nutters and tofu-scoffing thugs loitered menacingly in an effort to stifle democracy.
Turn out for the North West in the Euro elections – which were not meant to take place in the UK but for Brexit being postponed to October 31 – was as low as 33 per cent.