We looked inside some of the tweets by @MartinBass200 and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
“The man who egged Jeremy Corbyn was denounced as a fascist and jailed for a month. The man who milkshaked Nigel Farage is treated as a hero. The double standards of our arrogant, authoritarian chattering classes are astonishing”, says Brendan O’Neill
I personally couldn't care less about politicians having food thrown at them. I would like to point out many of those applauding Sargon being milkshaked were screaming "assault" when Corbyn received a free egg. This goes nowhere good, it was stones and bricks in Oldham.
To fear another person's words, is to show your uncertainty of your own beliefs and values
BREAKING: Tommy Robinson MEP campaign in Oldham. The police are just standing there and doing nothing whilst muslims throw BRICKS at local residents. There are children in the crowd that they are aiming at. Over to you @GMPOldham @gmpolice
See, it starts with milkshakes. “What fun! Haha! @BurgerKingUK is so funny!” Then it becomes bricks. Then someone gets dead. Then lots of people get dead.
Oh the irony! You wanted censorship... Well, you got it! And now you can't even talk about the subject even if you oppose it. I hope this teaches you that censorship isn't the answer. It always comes back to bite you in the ass.