Fine Gael minister blames their 'Dublin 4 brigade' for poor performance
Ross O'Carroll Kelly would be crushed.
The Irish electorate have spoken as Fine Gael and Labour face an uncertain future after being decimated in the polls. Enda Kenny and co implored us to 'Let's Keep the Recovery Going' but it seems that the people have had enough.
While there's no particular reason for this massive backlash, everyone will have their own particular reasons for not voting Fine Gael, theer's no denying that their fall from grace has been spectacular.
The Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring, looks set to claim the second seat in his Mayo constituency, Enda Kenny has already kept his chair while Ring's currently second in the four-seat constituency, but he offered a unique view as to why Fine Gael suffered on a national level.
It seems that he's not a fan of Dublin 4 as the urban vs rural divide pops up again.
RTE journalist Pat McGrath was on hand to capture this interesting perspective.
— Pat McGrath (@patmcgrath) February 27, 2016