Irish Lives Matter Smeared As ‘Hate Speech’

Apparently not all lives matter to authorities in Northern Ireland after graffiti proclaiming support for the Irish citizenry was blasted as “hate speech.” The “Irish Lives Matter” spray painting followed massive protests after an Algerian immigrant allegedly cut several people, including three children.

Protests in Dublin preceded the demonstration in Northern Ireland, a part of the U.K. Authorities labeled the display of anti-immigration sentiment the result of “far-right” ideology.

The BBC reported that a sign in Belfast showed the feelings of some residents over having migrants shoved onto them. It simply stated that local residents “will no longer accept the re-housing of illegal immigrants.”

A spokesperson for the Police Service of Northern Ireland said that officials are treating the spray painting of Belfast’s Kennedy Centre with “Irish Lives Matter” as a “hate incident.”

Other Northern Ireland officials harshly criticized the call to protect citizens from violent invaders. MP Gerry Carroll declared there is “no place in our society for this kind of racist poison.”

Carroll went on a left-wing rant against protesters, blaming “nefarious and right-wing elements” who are scapegoating “migrants, asylum seekers and refugees.”

He declared that the issues facing the Irish people are actually the fault of “the rich and governments who protect and bolster corporate profits at all costs.”

U.K. residents and millions of others in Europe are weary of having illegal migrants forced onto their communities, and they are not alone. Many in the U.S. are waking up to the societal damage being done through Biden’s open borders.

And Americans are taking note of how authorities in Northern Ireland are treating patriots.

Conservative commentator Auron Macintyre posted on X, formerly Twitter, that “if saying ‘Irish lives matter’ in Ireland is a hate crime, that’s the definition of a conquered nation.”

Lara Trump is the daughter-in-law of former President Donald Trump. She told NewsNation on Monday that the official response to outrage over the Irish atrocity is “all the more reason that people are now starting to wake up.”

Trump declared that borders matter. “At one time, the borders of this country did matter to those in charge. Borders of a country like Ireland matter as well. And we have our own unique system and way of doing things; We need to know who is coming into our country.”