Jeeves
That's what I said
Wed Nov 29, 2017 2:34pm
68.62.57.31

Read it again.
"And if that lineup of people is telling Congress that Trump is nuts, I think they would concur."

We shall see if it will happen.

Are you seriously STILL supporting that lunatic?
http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/trump-britain-first-jayda-fransen-who-is-twitter-retweets-facebook-group-explained-bio-a8082076.html

Donald Trump has retweeted numerous tweets from Jayda Fransen, the deputy leader of far-right group Britain First.

The inflammatory posts one of which appeared to show footage of a boy being killed, and the moment of his death were apparently endorsed by the President, who retweeted three of them in a row.

To many of his 45 million followers, neither of those names may seem familiar. But to those in the UK, they are well known: Britain First is a now notorious group that has been accused of helping spread Islamophobic and racist content across the internet.

The three posts that the President posted were much in the vein of the work the group usually does. They depicted people who the group claimed were migrants involved in various crimes and used them to implicitly blame all Muslims for the behaviour.

That Islamophobia is just one of the various controversial views that have been espoused by Ms Fransen, who Mr Trump repeatedly retweeted. The group has also called for the restoration of public hanging as a punishment, and members have given their support to religious war in the UK.

Their work has also extended into direct action. Those have included so-called "Christian patrols", in which members walk the street hunting people who appear to be Muslim, and forcing entry into mosques to distribute inflammatory propaganda.

But like many of Britain First's posts, the three posts shared by the President were entirely shorn of context and information. It isn't clear that any of the posts actually depict what is claimed and many of them have disturbing context that has been removed from the tweets.

They appear to have been selected from a range of posts on Ms Fransen's Twitter page. She spends much of the day posting inflammatory videos and images and Mr Trump appeared to have selected three out of a variety of numerous posts on that page.