Adams should stop playing the victim card and instead seek closure for the families who lives have been destroyed by the IRA
Published 23/09/2016 | 02:30
On the morning of Sunday, March 6, Gerry Adams switched on his computer and started to type.
While his two main opponents in Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil were scrambling to form a government, Mr Adams was lamenting about where it on all went wrong for Sinn Féin in the recent general election.
Detailing his thoughts on his blog, the Louth TD blamed the other political parties and the media for Sinn Féin's failure to make significant gains.