There has been a very major backlash to Sinn Fein and their TD Paul Donnelly over what are deemed to be an attempt at censorship towards the Irish public over just what exactly is happening in Ireland today.
Donnelly will definitely lose a mountain of votes over this stance and statements in relation to the horrendous scenes in Blanchardstown over the past number of days. Many, many social media users have directly said that they voted for Donnelly but definitely won’t vote for him next time and that he’s a “sell out” over this comments. Other people around the country say that it’s obvious that Sinn Fein are out of touch and Donnelly is speaking for the party thus they too won’t be voting Sinn Fein again over Donnelly’s comments.
Sinn Fein TD Paul Donnelly, who only took office last year, has practically pleaded with his constituents to stop sharing videos exposing the violence of the “Justice for George-BLM” thugs who rampaged through Blanchardstown on New Year’s Eve.
Donnelly, like the other TDs representing Dublin West, remained mostly silent, despite the anti-Irish violence having taken place in predominately working class areas where his party draws its bulk of support.
In a PR release that came after constituents demanded comment, Donnelly began by expressing at length his heartfelt sympathies for the family of George Nkencho, who allegedly tried to attack gardai with knife after allegedly attacking a shop assistant, and called for an investigation into the shooting by GSOC.
Bizarrely, the Sinn Fein TD finishes his press release by appearing to suggest some kind of shadowy conspiracy of a “racist agenda” that is exploiting that wave of violence that saw an attempted storming of a Garda Station, as well as the beating of men, women and children from Blanchardstown to Hartstown.
The videos that the Sinn Fein TD doesn’t want the public to see are below:
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