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Millennial voters turned their backs on their moral values and IRA victims to elevate Sinn Féin to the brink of power

Paul Williams


For the twittering generation it’s easy to be outraged, but where’s the outrage for the victims of the IRA?

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Sinn Fein Leader, Mary Lou McDonald speaks to the media as the newest members of the Sinn Fein Parliamentary Party meet for the first time at Leinster House in Dublin. Thursday February 13, 2020. Photo: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Sinn Fein Leader, Mary Lou McDonald speaks to the media as the newest members of the Sinn Fein Parliamentary Party meet for the first time at Leinster House in Dublin. Thursday February 13, 2020. Photo: Niall Carson/PA Wire

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Sinn Fein Leader, Mary Lou McDonald speaks to the media as the newest members of the Sinn Fein Parliamentary Party meet for the first time at Leinster House in Dublin. Thursday February 13, 2020. Photo: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The priest who performed the funeral for murdered teen Keane Mulready-Woods reiterated an oft-repeated inconvenient truth.

It illustrates the hypocrisy and double standards of the younger generation who make their mark on society and politics from a very wobbly moral high ground.

For clarification, I am referring to the woke, politically-correct, self-righteous, virtue signalling, #MeToo, competitively-outraged cohort of that generation to be precise.


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