A 23 month old is being starved to death, but British cops are on the job:
LIVERPOOL, England, April 25, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Liverpool police are warning that social media posts about “Alder Hey Hospital and the ongoing situation involving Alfie Evans” are “being monitored” and what they deem as “malicious communications” will be investigated.
“Merseyside Police has been made aware of a number of social media posts which have been made with reference to Alder Hey Hospital and the ongoing situation involving Alfie Evans,” Merseyside Police Chief Inspector Chris Gibson said. “I would like to make people aware that these posts are being monitored and remind social media users that any offences including malicious communications and threatening behaviour will be investigated and where necessary will be acted upon.”
23-month-old Alfie Evans is in Alder Hey children’s hospital in Liverpool. A court order had him removed from his ventilator on April 23 just after 9:00 PM. Alfie defied everyone’s expectations by breathing on his own. Parents Tom and Kate have fought every step of the way since this time to secure oxygen, water, and food for their son. The toddlers’ doctors say that Alfie has an undiagnosed neurological condition that has resulted in serious and irreparable brain damage.
Britain and its government have found themselves in the news a lot this week, as an elderly man named Timothy Hill was sentenced to eight months in prison for making a rude hand gesture at a traffic camera while using a laser jammer to conceal his speed.
A number of Twitter users responded to Merseyside Police’s tweet about its surveillance of Alfie’s supporters by sending the precinct the now-famous photo of Hill raising his middle finger.
“What kind of dictatorship are you running there?” Red State’s Brandon Morse asked.
Is this a for real statement from police?! What kind of dictatorship are you running there? This isn’t a free western country! https://t.co/YNHxXj2aww
— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) April 25, 2018
Social media has been united the world around Alfie Evans, and his parents have documented their struggle to save their son in the “Alfie’s Army” Facebook group, which now has nearly half a million members.
Go here to read the rest. Once again, for perhaps the thousandth time in my life I say “Thank God for 1776!” Hey inaptly named Merseyside Cops, I hope that everyone involved in murdering Alfie Evans repents because if they do not they will likely burn in Hell for all eternity. If you wish to make an issue of it, you may find me at my law office in Dwight, Illinois.