This morning Donald Trump retweeted three anti-Muslim videos posted on Twitter by Jayda Fransen, the deputy leader of Britain First, a far-right hate group.

Last year, British MP Jo Cox was murdered by a man who shouted “Britain First” as he attacked her, raising questions as to his association with the Britain First organization.

All three of the videos Trump tweeted purported to show violence committed by Muslims. This is a common tactic of far-right groups who seek to incite fear and hate of Muslims. Britain First has begun organizing “Christian Patrols”, in which “members walk the street hunting people who appear to be Muslim”.

Piers Morgan was not thrilled with Trump’s tweets:

Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn called on Parliament to condemn Trump:

The tweets were even a bit much for Paul Joseph Watson, the sidekick of deranged Infowars creator Alex Jones: