McDonald tells Sinn Féin supporters to stop being ‘pig ignorant’ online
The party leader has spoken out in the wake of a number of complaints from opposition politicians about ‘pile-ons’ on social media
Mary Lou McDonald, the Sinn Féin leader, has appealed to party supporters and others to stop being “pig ignorant to people” online.
There have been repeated complaints from opposition politicians about being subjected to “pile-ons” from Sinn Féin supporters on social media platforms. Their belief is that it is part of a strategy to intimidate them from communicating.
There have also been recent reports about a private...
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