Tommy Robinson woke up yesterday morning to find his Instagram and Facebook channels deleted.
His #FreeTommyRobinson supporters will be happy – he finally has been freed – from his own Facebook account.
Robinson, who reportedly ‘tells it like it is’ was banned for supporting organised hate groups, and making public calls for violence. Facebook’s rarely-implemented policies exist to prevent its users from using the platform to bully others.
The often-vocal Robinson is yet to comment as he has reportedly been sent to his room for cyber-bullying.
The EDL-founder’s parents were reportedly “disappointed” when they found what it was Stephen was getting up to on his phone all day.
The phone and laptop have been confiscated, following a tantrum of racial slurs and claims of ‘censorship’.
The decision to permanently remove Robinson from both websites will leave him reliant on his Youtube Channel to pedal his propaganda.
To remain in line with Youtube’s lax guidelines, Robinson will be required to start a gaming channel if he intends to continue his race-based rants.
Robinson’s ‘internet crimes’ now join the numerous domestic abuse, mortgage fraud and assault charges under his (numerous) names.
Five of his most confused fans have already rallied outside of the BBC, demanding the disgruntled workers “free Tony Robinson”.
It is not yet known if Robinson has a cunning plan to save his internet presence.
Labour’s Tom Watson recently denounced Facebook’s “contempt for social responsibility” – after investigations found a hidden global network of US think-tanks and Russian trolls generating support for the Bannon-backed Robinson.
This revelation, for anybody with a news feed, comes as no surprise.
Facebook now joins Twitter and Instagram in the late attempt to stop far-right activists fundraising on their networks.
Meanwhile hundreds of middle aged men across the UK now know what character from Game of Thrones they are, and what A-Lister they look like – because there’s now barely any racist content to angrily respond to.