Increasingly Desperate Fianna Fáil Refuse To Rule Out Coalition With ISIS
FIANNA Fáil’s profound desire to return to a position of power at all costs has seen the political party refuse to rule out a coalition with heinous terrorists ISIS, WWN has learned.
“I’m not going to say who we are or who we aren’t willing to go into a coalition with,” Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin told reporters earlier today, deflecting direct questions about rumours of a power sharing Government with ISIS.
“Each individual party and organisation is very different, but we would of course listen to all offers,” Martin added as the sweat began to build on his brow.
While Fianna Fáil remain present in a number of political polls, the party remains hated by vast swathes of the voting public, which has led the senior members of the party to consider absolutely all and any offers of potential coalitions.
“Is terrorism bad? Yes. Are we interested is slowly creeping our way back into power when no one is looking? Yes. So you can see that in some cases, some coalition offers are problematic,” Martin confirmed to WWN.
Martin denied separate rumours that he now regularly watches the Al Jazeera news and that he has typed into Google ‘ISIS phone number’.