7 December 2023

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Fitzmaurice says country has gotten “too politically correct” amid criticism of “thugs and yobbos”

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Fitzmaurice says country has gotten “too politically correct” amid criticism of “thugs and yobbos”

As a country, we’ve gotten too politically correct and people are now afraid to talk about certain topics or say certain things.

That’s according to Deputy Michael Fitzmaurice, who was contributing to a Dáil debate on Gardaí and crime.

He claimed something is wrong when “thugs and yobbos” out rioting in Dublin will probably get a house after seven or eight years while new Gardaí can’t even afford to rent in Dublin.

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