In a new video, British activist Tommy Robinson confronts a man who encouraged people on Twitter to murder him.
The video begins with Robinson sharing the details of the man’s tweet.
Robinson states that after receiving that tweet, he messaged the Twitter user. They subsequently deleted their account. But it was too late.
“It took me five minutes to get his Facebook,” Robinson says in the video. “It took me 10 minutes to find out the school he went to, 15 minutes to find out where he is.”
Robinson goes on to claim that he’s given police 300 such threatening messages but they’ve done nothing.
So, taking matters into his own hands, Robinson drives to the man’s house and knocks on the door.
The man’s mother opens the door and speaks with Robinson briefly before apparently calling her son on the phone.
The man eventually calls Robinson and says he’s willing to meet the next day.
Fast forward to the next day and the two meet outdoors.
“What is it about me,” asks Robinson, “that you feel so strongly against?”
“I just don’t agree with what you do,” responds the man. “I disagree with stirring up hate against minorities, against Muslims. With the Westminster attack, I don’t think you should’ve been on TV after that.”
“Do you think I should be silenced for criticizing Islam?” asks Robinson, in direct reference to the man’s tweet.
He had no response.
See the full clip below.