Thursday 8 February 2018

Why won't Jacob Rees-Mogg distance himself from the Britain First hate mob?

In the wake of the scuffle at the Jacob Rees-Mogg talk (where a Rees-Mogg supporting goon who likes to dress up as a Nazi for fun waded violently into the protesters) the leader of the extreme-right Britain First hate mob issued a statement threatening to harass and intimidate anyone who dares to protest against Jacob Rees-Mogg.

This threat was followed up by a barrage of abusive, violent and threatening comments in the Britain First hate chamber against one of the anarchists who was involved in the protest against Rees-Mogg, including a direct threat to throw people like him into wood chippers, and another vile fantasy that he should be anally raped for daring to protest against Jacob Rees-Mogg.

Surprisingly Jacob Rees-Mogg didn't issue any kind of statement to distance himself from this vile hate group group (who are linked with at least two acts of extreme-right terrorism) or to condemn the threats they were making on his behalf.

It's surprising because even the UKIP leadership had the sense to periodically distance themselves from this disgusting hate-chamber, but apparently Rees-Mogg is fine with them threatening to abuse and intimidate people on his behalf.

It's been almost a week since these Britain First threats to act as Jacob Rees-Mogg's enforcement mob were issued, and despite numerous requests for comment, Rees-Mogg has still said nothing.

Take a look for yourself and ask yourself why Rees-Mogg is refusing to distance himself from this vile extreme-right hate group.

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