By Big League Politics
Alex Jones and Infowars have been banned from Spotify, Apple, Facebook, and now YouTube, but the social media giant Instagram has now joined in the censorship of conservatives and anyone considered right of center. Tommy Robinson’s account on Instagram has been deleted.
Big League Politics’ own Peter D’Abrosca tweeted a screenshot earlier showing that when one tries to search for Robinson’s account on Instagram,(realtommyrobinson), the search comes back with the result “user not found.”
Robinson just left jail 5 days ago. He had originally been sentenced to 13 months in jail for filming outside a grooming gang trial, but is now a free man. Robinson was given 10 months for contempt of court, which he admitted to, and an extra three months for breaching a suspended sentence on separate charges.
Judge Geoffrey Marson told Robinson his actions were a “serious aggravating feature,” adding “Everyone understands the right to freedom of speech but there are responsibilities and obligations. I am not sure you appreciate the potential consequence of what you have done. People have to understand that if they breach court orders there will be very real consequences.”
The original judge was found to have rushed Robinson’s trial, resulting in the court not hearing which parts of the footage taken by Robinson was problematic.
This is not only happening to Robinson directly, but also his supporters and friends.
Big League’s Laura Loomer recently reported:
“An Australian political candidate running for the Victorian State Elections in Victoria, Australia was banned on Facebook this week after he posted a video in support of Tommy Robinson.
Avi Yemini is a popular Jewish activist in Australia who is best known for his video confrontations that focus on the Islamification of Australia. Yemini was notified by Facebook on August 2 that his page was unpublished for “hate speech.””
First they suspended Tommy Robinson’s Twitter account. Now they’re suspending his friends. pic.twitter.com/ro5qEQnWvm
— Ezra Levant 🍁 (@ezralevant) August 6, 2018