President Trump has few peers in the Twittersphere. He tweets many times a day to his 43.6 million followers, often coming under fire from liberal weenies and even rightwingers on occasion.

Candidate Trump tweeted one of my articles to the world in February 2016 and was hammered incessantly by the media for it, especially George Stephanopoulos. Trump wisely dodged responsibility for the tweet, claiming that he was only retweeting what I wrote. LOL! I don’t mind taking the hit for it. The article had to do with the ineligibility of candidates Cruz and Rubio. Link….  Cruz and Rubio not eligible

In trouble for his tweeting with someone, somewhere, every minute of every day, President Trump cares nary a whit, firing tweet after tweet across the interwebs.

The president’s twitter scandal du jour involves his retweet of three videos posted by a leader of the British far-right activist group Britain First, known in the UK as an extremist element stirring up trouble by its frequent verbal attacks on Muslims, which in uber-politically-correct Europe is a crime. Liberals can do or say anything they want in Europe but conservatives are berated, even arrested for language that is only considered “insulting.”

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Seriously, conservatives (including the original tweeter of the videos in question) can and have been arrested for “insulting” language toward Muslims, because as we all know, Islam is the religion of peace.

Liberal weenies like Piers Morgan are all too happy to pile on the president for his controversial retweets….

I’m sure President Trump got a chuckle out of this. Since when did the President of the United States start answering to a British liberal weenie afraid of his own shadow?

And, the next tweet from Paul Joseph Watson of Infowars is downright funny!

Watson, employed by Infowars, the planet’s premier far-right, extremist conspiracy theory website, followed by people who claim that George W. Bush and Elvis were seen planting explosives at the World Trade Center on September 10, 2011, is worried about the optics of President Trump retweeting videos from a group he considers too far-right kooky.

LOL! Just how out-to-lunch do you have to be for Infowars to consider you a kook? I swear, folks, you can’t make this stuff up!

From Yahoo News

Donald Trump has retweeted three anti-Muslim videos posted by the deputy leader of far-right group Britain First.

The President posted the clips from the account of Jayda Fransen, who was convicted of religiously aggravated harassment in November 2016 after abusing a woman wearing a hijab.

At least one of the videos is fake.

The clip titled ‘VIDEO: Muslim migrant beats up Dutch boy on crutches!’ originates from Dutch website Dumpert, and has since been taken down.

It shows a person who is neither a Muslim nor a migrant, according to Dutch authorities

One video titled ‘Islamist mob pushes teenage boy off roof and beats him to death’ is four years old.

A second titled ‘Muslim destroys a statue of Virgin Mary’ is two years old.

The source of the videos is not clear.

Fransen was arrested again earlier this month following comments she made during a speech in Belfast and taken to Northern Ireland for questioning. She was charged with using “threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour”.

Paul Golding, the leader of Britain First, told Yahoo News UK that Mr Trump’s retweets are a reaction to Fransen’s arrest by the President.

‘Free speech is dead in this country. President Trump has seen the facts and this is the result.

‘To retweet her three times consecutively shows he has heard about her plight and is disgusted by it,’ said Mr Golding.

‘I think this information has made its way to the White House and the President is sharing his disgust about this Micky Mouse nonsense stoping her free speech.’

One of the videos was shared by Ann Coulter, a U.S. conservative commentator whom Mr Trump follows on twitter.

Britain First is known for posting inflammatory and unverified videos on social media that they claim show the ‘Islamification of the UK’.

Jayda Fransen at a ‘Britain First’ rally in support in London (Rex features)




London Mayor Sadiq Khan slammed the move, saying: ‘Britain First is a vile, hate-fuelled organisation whose views should be condemned, not amplified.’

Jayda Fransen of Britain First at a demonstration in London, opposed by anti-fascist groups, (Rex features)

A number of politicians and prominent figures shared their horror and dismay, even including Paul Watson, editor of far-right conspiracy website Infowars.

Brendan Cox, the widower of MP Jo Cox who was murdered by a far-right activist who shouted ‘Britain First’ before killing her, said that Trump ‘should be ashamed of himself’.

The issue was raised as a point of order in Parliament Labour MPs Yvette Cooper and Stephen Doughty, who asked the Home Secretary to respond.

After posting the clips, Mr Trump then tweeted a message urging a boycott of CNN, slamming the network as ‘Fake News’. He then posted about the U.S. stock market, saying: ‘I guess somebody likes me.’