The fake anger here is an indictment of @MichealMartinTD, basically a decent man.
It used to deliver transformative social housing, but FIANNA FÁIL HAS NOT DELIVERED THOSE LEVELS OF SOCIAL HOUSING SINCE MICHEÁL MARTIN HAS BEEN IN POLITICAL LIFE ('85: CLLR; '89 TD; '97 MINISTER). https://t.co/rfo8IVoTsz
— Village Magazine (@VillageMagIRE) May 12, 2021
Tell me you’re in Ireland without telling me you’re in Ireland.
Politicians intervening in the planning process on behalf of enormous multinational corporations is more Irish than saying hi to the bus driver or whatever https://t.co/2sCLgz67xG
— Saoirse McHugh (@saoirse_mchugh) May 11, 2021
The use of the words “the Ballymurphy situation” by Micheal Martin is so very demeaning and shows a complete lack of understanding. Words matter. https://t.co/cqBGtj1DsP
— Ánna Mc Hugh (@AnnaMcHugh87) May 14, 2021
— Niamh Begley (@NIAMHBL) May 14, 2021
I guess Micheal is just too busy – question is “doing what?” He has Ministers for everything and they have umpteen special advisors for everything – what is he doing himself?
This was me on the streets of dublin in 2017 outside a tent I slept in looking for help for Ava. Will I have to do this kind of carry on again to get help and an update @DonnellyStephen @MichealMartinTD for the love of god give us some answers please. pic.twitter.com/qfC40qmQqn
— vera twomey (@veras1) May 4, 2021
Micheal Martin is not the only politician who is going to experience the “brush off” over the coming months.
Micheal Martin’s St. Patrick’s Day trip, as social media outrage is making Irish politics angrier – 30 Jan 2021
Micheál Martin thinks Irish sovereignty is a backwards idea. – 24 March 2019