Murdo Fraser has fallen silent over the vandalism and threatening ‘calling cards’ left by Union Bears at St Johnstone’s McDiarmid Park on Saturday.
Having lost out in five elections spanning from 2003 to 2021 Fraser has got in the back door to Holyrood as a list MSP for Mid Scotland and Fife which includes Perth.
The extreme right-wing politician has been keen to associate himself with St Johnstone from time to time but seeing calling cards that ‘All Taigs Are Targets’ doesn’t seem to have caught his attention.
Hi @murdo_fraser Seeing as my last tweet had 60?? and 27 retweets then maybe you just didn’t see it….so I’ll try again. Would you kindly give us your opinion please on @RangersFC supporters stickers saying “all taigs are targets”. I’m a taig by the way. https://t.co/D2XJptJqYy
— Glasgow Bargain Centre (@GBC88110427) September 15, 2021
— Murdo Fraser (@murdo_fraser) May 21, 2017
— Liz Smith (@mspliz) May 15, 2014
Rather than look after his constituents interests Fraser appears to be on message for Sevco, recently putting his name to an article in The Scotsman complaining about the lack of influence the club founded by Charles Green has within Scottish politics.
It seems that the £3.2m interest free 20 year loan given by the SNP Government to the Ibrox club escaped the attention of the list MSP. That loan was greater than any given to a football club but requires regular cash flow reports and has to be repaid in full if any director loans are repaid.
There has been no comment from the SFA or SPFL over the incident or the recent racist activities of Ibrox fans.