On The Campaign Trail

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Anne Marie O’Connor tweetz:

Newline Road Wexford (notoriously dangerous stretch). Fianna Fáil left this there today.

Anyone?

Pic: Terry Byrne

UPDATE:

Fianna Fáil’s Aoife Byrne writes:

“Somebody’s idea of ‪high jinks‬ could have caused an accident today and I sincerely wish to apologise for any distress caused. My advertising trailer was moved and abandoned in a dangerous spot on the New Line Road to make it seem my campaign team had no respect for drivers or road safety. This is not the case. Please think before you act – the trailer has now been removed. Thank you to those who brought the situation to my attention.”

Thanks Aoife

FURTHER UPDATE:

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Yikes.

38 thoughts on “On The Campaign Trail

    1. Daisy Chainsaw

      If it’s down Wexford way, then it would be more likely to be the Redshirts! There’s still a few lickspittles pledging eternal loyalty to Howlin.

      1. The Old Boy

        I imagine any person who was passed it and believed it to be a danger to road users could call Wexford Garda Station on (053) 916 5200.

    1. ollie

      So she doesn’t look like a publican, a solicitor or a farmer. Guess that makes her an auctioneer.

      1. Paddy

        ANNE Marie O’Connor…..works (worked?) with The People Newspaper = INM’s lot. Getting a bit aerated ain’t she?

    1. Daisy Chainsaw

      Moving a trailer isn’t “hijinks”, it’s theft. Did you report it as stolen, or is this just a pile of bullplop to cover up a stupid move?

    1. Dav

      kinda like them fellas who set that fg place on fire when she was ringing the boyfriend and bill the taxpayers

  1. Martin Heavy-guy

    “Somebody’s idea of ‪high jinks‬ could have caused a newspaper scandal today and I sincerely wish to apologise for any distress caused. My offshore account was moved and abandoned in a dangerous spot on the Cayman Islands to make it seem my campaign team had no respect for the Irish public. This is not the case. Please think before you act – the money has now been moved. Thank you to those who brought the situation to my attention.”

    Cut-and-paste Fianna Fáil excuse I reckon. Or maybe they just wanted the social media publicity?

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