The furore over the disruption of a Jacob Rees-Mogg event last night in Bristol – and the ensuing violence against a female protester by a supporter of the Tory MP – continues. Although little mention of the right-wing violence has been made by the ‘MSM’, social media attention on the incident is high.
Right-wing media almost instantaneously identified some of the protesters, but curiously – in spite of the presence of television cameras that were filmed recording the exit of the white-shirted man who had been videoed striking the woman – the attacker’s face has not been broadcast by the Establishment and right-wing media, although the SKWAWKBOX and others have published footage and stills of him.
Current BBC News channel coverage of the incident today appears to be ignoring the attack, referring only to a ‘scuffle’ involving Rees-Mogg and protesters.
Ironically, a photograph by a Rees-Mogg supporter has unwittingly provided what is probably the clearest image of the man so far.
Tory supporter William Bates attended the event and posted a picture of the waiting audience to Facebook to express his excitement. That image includes a white-shirted man, whose position in the audience can be verified by footage of him being removed by what appears to be university security, exclusively published by the SKWAWKBOX.
A section of the image is shown below:
This image is clear enough that anyone who knows the man must be able to identify him.
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