Britain's darkest hour has followed its finest hour by 78 years.
Tommy Robinson has been freed from a stint in prison that he never should have been serving in the first place. The New York Times reported: "On Wednesday, the Court of Appeal ordered his release, pending a new hearing in his case. The court questioned the speed with which he had been tried and convicted, noting that it took five hours from the time of his arrest to a conviction."
Indeed. Tommy Robinson was arrested, tried, and sentenced with a Stalinist rapidity, for the crime of calling attention not only to the Muslim rape gang crisis in the UK, but to the abject failure of British officialdom to deal adequately with that crisis, for fear of being charged with "racism" and "Islamophobia."