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Donald Trump retweeted anti-muslim tweets from a far-right British group

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Donald Trump continued to fuel the ever-growing sentiment that he’s a bigoted man-child that actually managed to ascend to the highest elected office in the land.

Late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning, the 45th President of the United States took it upon himself to re-tweet anti-muslim videos from Jayda Fransen, the deputy leader within a far-right group called Britain First

The videos retweeted by Trump include one depicting what Britain First is claiming to be a “Muslim migrant” beating a “Dutch boy on crutches”, which is totally baseless. Another is a supposed “Muslim mob” pushing a “teenage boy” off a building. Lastly Trump also retweeted a video of what Fransen says is a “Muslim destroying a statue of the Virgin Mary”.

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Britain First leaders Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen.
Photo: Daily Mirror

Among the number of Islamaphobic and bigoted rhetoric from Britain First’s deputy leader, Fransen in August of 2016 said that police should be able to shoot Muslims on the basis of some unfounded “Christian persecution” she claims is happening in the United Kingdom.

Britain First was founded in 2011 by former members of the ultra-right British National Party namely Jim Dowson. Described as having a fascist, Christian ideological and anti-Muslim ideology (among other vile outlooks on the World), Britain First has been accused of trying to start a religious war in the United Kingdom as well as attempting to distribute misleading media to further their nonsensical and dangerous cause.

A cause that the President of the United States, Donald Trump has seemingly fallen in line with and perpetuated.

UPDATE: A spokesperson for the UK Prime Minister has condemned Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim retweets from a far-right, racist British group.

 

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