Last Updated on November 27, 2023
UFC legend Conor McGregor is under investigation for “hate speech” after he criticized radical Islam and the Irish government’s apathy toward a massive uptick in Islamic terror attacks against Irish citizens that includes the recent stabbing of multiple school children in Dublin by an Algerian migrant.
Mixed martial arts great Conor McGregor, known around the world to be a proud Irishman, is being investigated for “online hate speech” after speaking out against the Irish government’s betrayal of the Irish people, as open borders and mass third-world migration lead to violent crime, terrorism, and a housing crisis that’s leaving native-born citizens out in the cold – literally.
Irish citizens can be jailed for periods ranging from 6 months to 2 years if found guilty of “hate speech” and the nation’s government is moving to pass new laws to further stiffen “hate speech” penalties.
McGregor’s outspokenness came to a head after back-to-back instances of Ireland’s government and media groveling to radical Islam and is part of a greater record of pro-Irish political activism from McGregor, whose patriotism has apparently rubbed the nation’s ruling regime the wrong way.
Last week, when three Irish children and their school teacher were stabbed by an Islamic migrant living off the Irish taxpayers, the nation’s political class refused to address the issue of Islamic terror, which has effectively been invited into Ireland and the rest of the Western world through open borders policies.
Instead, the government struck back at Irish citizens who took to the streets in protest of the attack, calling them radical “hooligans” motivated by “far-right” ideology, and doubled down on its support of Islamic migration into Ireland.
It’s important to note that after the anti-terror protests, which included clashes with law enforcement and efforts to burn down a hotel housing third-world migrants, McGregor came out strongly against political violence in a post he made to X.
“I do not condone last night’s riots. I do not condone any attacks on our first responders in their line of duty. I do not condone looting and the damaging of shops,” McGregor wrote in the post. “Last night’s scenes achieved nothing toward fixing the issues we face.”
McGregor went on in the post to list several recent instances of Islamic terrorists attacking and murdering Irish citizens.
In addition to poo-pooing the recent stabbing of Irish school kids, Irish Taoiseach (head of government), Leo Varadkar, has even sought to downplay the Hamas hostage-taking of a 9-year-old Israeli-Irish citizen named Emily Hand, who was feared dead before she was among the hostages returned to Israel in a recent exchange.
After Hand was returned and proven to be alive, Varadkar wrote a post to X that the little girl was “found and returned” as if she’d wandered off from her bus stop rather than having been taken hostage by Islamic terrorists.
“She was abducted by an evil terrorist organization,” McGregor wrote in a post blasting Varadkar’s statement. “What is with you and your government and your paid-for media affiliates constantly downplaying / attempting to repress horrific acts that happen to children,” he went on. “You are a disgrace. The day after a stabbing of children in Ireland, NOT ONE PAPER HAD IT ON THEIR FRONT COVER. We will not forget.”