TWEETS: The Rubberbandits have slammed Fianna Fáil and their voters on Twitter
The Rubberbandits are not best pleased.
In the past year or so, The Rubberbandits together have become one of the most respected voices on Irish culture, history, and politics.
The bag-masked Limerick lads have been vocal advocates for awareness of mental health and vehement opponents of anti-immigration sentiments.
They took to their throughout yesterday and in the early hours of this morning to chastise voters who had allowed Fianna Fáil to regain their foothold in Irish politics - comparing those who have voted for Fianna Fáil to domestic abuse victims who cannot seem to shake their abuser.
I'm not too happy with how much our government promotes inequality. Oh I know... Let's vote in the party that are to the right of them
— The Blindboy Podcast (@Rubberbandits) February 27, 2016
The comedy duo took specific aim at Michael Lowry after he retained his seat in Tipperary North, despite his financial and tax affairs being the subject of much judicial scrutiny.
Michael Lowry has been reelected. Google "Michael Lowry" Tipperary. Have a good think about what you've done
— The Blindboy Podcast (@Rubberbandits) February 28, 2016