Scottish National Party supporters continue evil tweets after Manchester Arena terrorism attack

  • Alfie Baron
We published an article a couple of days ago showing some pretty evil tweets accusing the UK Government of having a hand in the despicable Manchester Arena terrorist atrocity.

Unfortunately the conspiracy theories have continued - and self-titled Scottish National Party (SNP) Members continue their rhetoric.

Fiona Halloran has no shame and continues to show the tweets. The twitter bio for this account states: "vintage hairdresser. passionate about independence. member of SNP. love Outlander books and series".

The National posted an statement promoting the next front page with the text: "Chief Constable increases numbers of armed police but rules out soldiers on Scottish streets".

Fiona Halloran tweeted a reply: "To put soldiers on our streets, will be may's way of ensuring HOME RULE. This has to be avoided at all costs. In no way am i making light of"

Fiona Halloran then continued with: "The tragic and wicked situation in Manchester. But i believe in my heart that this has been orchestrated by the establishment. THEY WILL DO ANYTHING TO PROTECT THE UNION".

How anybody could think the UK Government would kill innocent children for ANY cause is ridiculous.







An unofficial Scottish National Party supporting account (SNP Tweets) tweeted earlier today asking for any senior party official to condemn the tweets. So far it hasn't received ANY interaction whatsoever - from SNP officials or any of the 3,500+ followers. This speaks volumes. Scottish Nationalists never seem to speak out against the SNP. They put up the barriers and wait for the storm to pass.



Of course, not all of these sickening tweets are from Scottish National Party supporters. Some are closer to home.

'Geoff Winkles' posted: "Given that the attacker was known to MI5, the timing seems fortunate for May that an attack 'slips through' as Labour are making progress...".





To his credit Geoff Winkles has apologised and deleted the tweet.









The tweets follow a terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England. Suspect Salman Abedi detonated a home-made bomb in the foyer of Manchester Arena as crowds were leaving an Ariana Grande concert on Monday evening.

So far, twenty-two people have died, including an eight-year-old girl. The attacker died at the scene.
SNP MSP Mark McDonald quits SNP in Sleaze Investigation
  • Alfie Baron

Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald has quit the Scottish National Party (SNP).

His resignations follows allegations of misconduct against at least two women.

McDonald resigned from the SNP with immediate effect - but will remain as an Independent MSP.