UK Man Asks Muslim Woman to 'Explain Brussels,' Gets Arrested for Tweet
A British man who tweeted about stopping a Muslim woman in the street and challenging her to "explain Brussels" was arrested for "inciting racial hatred."
Matthew Doyle posted a tweet on Wednesday morning that read, "I confronted a Muslim [woman] yesterday in Croydon. I asked her to explain Brussels. She said 'Nothing to do with me.' A mealy mouthed reply."
On "Varney & Co." today, Stuart Varney pointed out that Doyle was not arrested for confronting the woman, but for tweeting about it.
He stated that this is a "flat-out free speech issue," pointing out that Doyle would not have been arrested if he did that in America.
Brigitte Gabriel, founder of Act for America, agreed that Europe is on a "slippery slope" when it comes to banning any criticism of Islam of Muslims.
She said we have to be careful in America to avoid going down that dangerous road.
Varney said he fears that overly politically correct American college campuses have already gone there.
"Free speech above everything," Varney stated.
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