The left woke up in a fury after they discovered President Trump retweeted 3 videos showing disgusting hate crimes committed against Europeans by Muslims. Was the President trying to prove his case about how the mass Muslim migration into Europe is destroying their cultures and making the citizens unsafe? President Trump didn’t include any commentary with his retweets, he simply retweeted the videos. Should President Trump have retweeted these videos? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below.
On Wednesday morning, President Trump retweeted videos posted by a British nationalist, which showed ‘Muslims’ committing crimes.
Trump retweeted content posted by Jayda Fransen, the deputy leader of Britain First, a far-right group that stands against the
Islamisation of the United Kingdom.
The first video purportedly shows a ‘Muslim migrant’ beating up a Dutch boy on crutches.
Twitter responded to the video with the boy on crutches by saying that the “Muslim migrant” who beat up the boy on crutches was arrested the next day and was actually a Dutch citizen. We have checked both Dutch (link and link) websites who claim that the boy was neither a Muslim or a migrant. We couldn’t verify if either one of the sites we checked are legitimate sources of news.
The second video shows a ‘Muslim man’ speaking to the camera and then bashing a statue of Virgin Mary on the ground, shattering her
thats such a good point pic.twitter.com/vfF8eKPPy6
— Callum (@lilywhiteCallum) November 29, 2017
The third video President Trump retweeted shows an ‘Islamist mob pushes teenage boy off roof and beats him to death!’
Not everyone disagreed with President Trump’s retweets. Many applauded him for bringing these videos to the attention of the world:
Last year, Fransen was found guilty of religiously aggravated harassment after accosting a Muslim woman.
The charge stemmed from a January 2016 incident in which Fransen, wearing a political uniform and during a so-called ‘Christian patrol,’ accosted a Muslim woman named Sumayyah Sharpe in Luton, England. –Daily Mail