January 9, 2019
James Goddard, leader of the British Yellow Vests who challenged EU loyalist Anna Soubry on the street and branded her a fascist, has been purged from Facebook and PayPal.
Mr Goddard and a small knot of supporters recently approached the Tory MP and her staff near the Palace of Westminster and challenged her on her campaign to stop Britain from leaving the European Union despite having claimed to accept the result of the 2016 referendum and acknowledging that “Brexit means Brexit” before her Leave-voting constituents re-elected her in 2017.
Ms Soubry complained she felt as though she was in “physical danger” as the boisterous group branded her a “fascist” and “Nazi” and was supported by dozens of MPs who demanded police action against the protestors.
Law enforcement now say they are “assessing if any crimes have been committed” — and Mr Goddard has already been personally purged by both Facebook and payment processing service PayPal, according to the Mirror.
"I do object to being called a Nazi"
Protesters confront Conservative MP Anna Soubry on the street after interrupting her live BBC interview by chanting "Nazi"
— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) January 7, 2019
This article was posted: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at 6:46 am