A woman most famous for standing outside Google and the Four Courts was back at it again yesterday, this time standing on a beach in Dundalk, hosting a sparsely attended protest against the lockdown.
UCD would bring a bigger crowd to Dundalk midweek https://t.co/gBFZlQCQKt
— Daniel McDonnell (@McDonnellDan) May 26, 2020
While this is nothing new or noteworthy, except for being a pain in arse for the ordinary, good people of Dundalk, what made it exceptional was the incredible response of two of Dundalk's residents to the protest.
Hip-hop comedy duo TPM, brothers Charles and Andrew Hendy, crashed the gathering with a protest of their own - Dundalk Against Change.
The lads loudly called for the return of dial-up internet and complained that Dundalk's two Tescos are now but one. Their presence received anger from the original group, naturally.
It was wonderful stuff, and the best stand we've seen yet against this nonsense.
Racism not welcome in Dundalk, thanks to everyone who took a stand. xoxo pic.twitter.com/O1oMY1JEKs
— TPM (@tpmlaws) May 26, 2020
When this is all over, go and see these boys perform. You can get more details on their work at their Facebook page here.