Conor Mcgregor takes to twitter again to say the vaccines have not worked

Conor Mcgregor takes to twitter again to say the vaccines have not worked

CONOR MCGREGOR has taken to twitter again to give his assement of the pandemic. The fighter has become infamous for his twitter tirades and said today that Ireland's vaccine rollout has not stopped the problem, or worked.

Ireland's adult population is over 90% fully vaccinated according to reports, but this has not been enough for the Crumlin native.

The fighter tweeted out that the "vaccines have not worked",

"The vaccines have not worked to stop this whatsoever. More vaccinated than ever. More cases than ever. Reevaluate entirely. Stop taking handouts".

He deleted the tweet soon after

Gavan Reilly, a news reporter from Virginmedia news said;

"An outlet is reporting some dates for prospective pub closures, and outright lockdown, based on suggestions from people ‘in Leinster House’. Worth remembering that Leinster House is not where such dates are decided, but Government Buildings. There’s no parliamentary role in it."

McGregor replied to the tweet and clearly had enough,

"Yet leave the Dáil bar open. The hospitality sector is not a scapegoat, nor even the issue here. This sector has been closed. It is the incapacity to bolster our ability to house patients. There is no excuse for a LIFETIME OF NEGLIGENCE AND FAILURE TO FIX THIS. Will not comply!"

Rumours have started to circulate that Ireland will soon go back into lockdown, but this not is comfirmed, by anyone reliable at this time.

McGregor, just last week also had a few unkind words for Tanaiste Leo Varadkar, the fighter labelling the politician a "poisonous individual" in recent days.

Varadkar came under fire from the fighter this week when he appeared on CNN fielding questions about Ireland's battle with Covid-19.

McGregor tweet in response to the Tanaiste's comments saying: "Poisonous individual! Buffoon. Get this blithering fool off my screen. Show pony phony."