The deputy leader of Britain First, Jayda Fransen, has begged Donald Trump to prevent her from going to jail after he retweeted her.

This is what happens when you trust your politicians to uphold your personal freedoms and rights. This is what happens when there is no written constitution. This is what happens when the people are unarmed and therefore unable to fight injustice. The British must now seek assistance from China, Russia and America to arm the people of Britain so they may defend themselves against tyranny. When the fighting is done and freedom re-established, those who did this terrible thing and those who supported it, must be hanged.

Any true patriot must always stand ready to defend his country…. Against its government!

Paul Golding, leader of Britain First, and the party's deputy leader, Jayda Fransen, arrive at the Royal Courts of Justice in central London, where he is appearing in connection with an alleged breach of an injunction, relating to his activities around mosques.
Image:Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen have both been charged

Taking advantage of her new-found fame she posted a video asking the President to intervene in her case.

She is being prosecuted for religiously aggravated harassment and a trial for using threatening and abusive language.

She said: ‘On behalf of myself and every citizen of Britain and for every man and women who has fought and died for us to have freedom of speech, I am appealing to you for your help.’

She said: ‘On behalf of myself and every citizen of Britain and for every man and women who has fought and died for us to have freedom of speech, I am appealing to you for your help. ‘I’m appealing for your intervention before I am thrown in jail.’

Britain First leader Paul Golding arrested while attending deputy’s court hearing in Belfast.

Jayda Fransen was appearing before magistrates on charges of using threatening or abusive language
The leader of the political activist group Britain First, Paul Golding, has been arrested in Belfast over a speech made in the city.Deputy leader Jayda Fransen claimed he had travelled to the city to support her at a court appearance for allegedly using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour at the same event.

The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) confirmed a 35-year-old man had been arrested at Laganside courts but did not say what offence he was suspected of committing.

 

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