Police State Britain: Women Arrested for Calling Trannies “He” on Jewish Twitter
While Britain stumbles from one meaningless Monty Python-type “Brexit” disaster to another, that country’s finest have been busy arresting two women in separate incidents for the crime of having called a trannie “he” instead of “she” on Twitter.
The first incident saw 38-year-old Kate Scottow, of Hitchin, Hertfordshire, arrested in front of her children by three burly offices from Hertfordshire constabulary and locked up for seven hours after referring to a trannie as a “man.”
According to reports, Scottow had her photograph, DNA and fingerprints taken and “remains under investigation.”
More than two months after her arrest, she has had neither her mobile phone or laptop returned, as they are still being “investigated” by the police. She was told that she had been “harassment and malicious communications because I called someone out and misgendered them on Twitter.”
Confirming the arrest, Hertfordshire Police said: “We take all reports of malicious communication seriously.”
Earlier, sitcom writer Graham Linehan—perhaps most famous as the writer of the “Father Ted” comedy TV series—was given a “verbal harassment” warning by West Yorkshire Police after “transgender activist” Stephanie Hayden reported Linehan for referring to him by his “previous names and pronouns on Twitter.”
In the latest incident, Caroline Farrow, a broadcaster and writer for Roman Catholic newspapers has been the “subject of a five-month police investigation after she was accused of calling a transgender woman a ‘he’ on Twitter.”