Tommy Robinson: “The Phantom Rape Gang” – How “Hope Not Hate” Invented Fake Racism Charges

Ellie Williams claimed she was abducted by a grooming gang

Tommy Robinson is frequently accused of “stoking hatred against the Muslim Community” in UK for being the first – and for the longest time – the only one to expose Muslim rape gangs in Telford and other towns, where thousands of young English women were serially abused.

With his latest film, Tommy proves he’s after the truth, and not about “stoking hatred” as he follows up on the case of Ellie Williams, a 22-year-old from Barrow-in-Furness who  claimed she was abducted by an “Asian” rape gang. On Jan. 3, Williams was convicted of “of perverting the course of justice.”

“Williams’ accusations went viral in May 2020 after she published pictures of her injuries and an account of being groomed, trafficked and beaten on Facebook, in a post which was shared more than 100,000 times”, writes Lancs Live.

The Facebook post sparked demonstrations in her home town of Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, and led to Tommy Robinson visiting the town to investigate the claims.

“Two years ago I carried out an investigation into allegations of a child rape gang operating in Barrow-In-Furness. A young woman (Ellie Williams) posted horrifying and threatening messages online, allegedly sent to her by abusers, as well as pictures of horrendous injuries, again, allegedly caused by her abusers.

I quickly found out that Ellie Williams was not a reliable source of information as she had accused other men of beating and raping her, accusations that I found to be totally false.”

Tommy spoke to two of the  men accused of trafficking Williams, raping her, and beating her, Mo Rammy and Jordan Trengrove and found that the accusations  were false. Nevertheless, leftist media jumped all over it and accused Tommy of inciting hatred.

 

Nick Lowles of Soros-funded “Hope not Hate”, the British version of the SPLC, claimed that Robinson “vilified the Muslim community in Barrow. Realising she lied, Lennon has tried to tow back, pretending he never believed her. But he can’t undo what he did.”

Tommy Robinson’s new documentary “The Phantom Rape Gang” is now available on Rumble:

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