Taoiseach Attacks Patriots For Protesting!
Liberal traitor Michael Martin has attacked patriot rallies in Dublin as irresponsible while he leaves our border wide open to mass immigration! He accuses Anti Mask rallies of "violence" while ignoring Far Left extremists who make calls to "Bash the Fash" and openly call for violence.
Taoiseach Micheal Martin has come out against anti-mask marches that have occurred over the last couple of months during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last week, Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney said that the Government will look at the ‘balancing act’ of protests after demonstrations saw a counter-protestor injured in an assault.
Mr Martin has said that the Government’s actions on the marches must successfully undermine some of the messages seen at these demonstrations, such as denying the dangers of COVID-19.
‘I don’t approve of those marches, I don’t approve of the aggression that has manifested itself in some of those marches,’ he said to Pat Kenny on Newstalk.
‘I think obviously the state has to make sure the public health regulations are adhered to in all circumstances, particularly in terms of public marches.
‘The Garda has to make operational decisions, there’s much more to play here than just the public health side of this. We have to balance people’s right to have their views, at the same time they must do so in a publically safe way.’
He went onto say that thankfully the message is ‘not winning’ the public’s support.
‘There’s a number of deniers in those protesters who deny that coronavirus is as deadly as it is,’ he said.
‘Thankfully they are not getting traction and thankfully their message is not winning any public support whatsoever. How one responds has to be intelligent, informed and ultimately aim to undermine the messaging coming from those groups and make sure they remain as marginalised as they already are. ‘
As Co Dublin progressed to Level 3 of the Government’s ‘Living With COVID-19’ plan, Mr Martin said that Co Louth, Co Waterford and Co Donegal will be ‘closely monitored’ as cases continue to rise in the three counties.
‘It is a significant decision to move up to Level 3 for any county,’ he said.
‘That will be carefully considered and obviously NPHET will advise Government in relation to those counties and the broader situation.’