Who is Fiona Moriarty Mclaughlin? Wiki, Bio, Age, Reporter Fakes, Family, Career, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Who is Fiona Moriarty Mclaughlin? Wiki, Bio, Age, Reporter Fakes, Family, Career, Many More Facts You Need To Know

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Fiona Moriarty-McLaughlin in Santa Monica, California, stopped to help a construction worker repair a building destroyed by looters amid protests by George Floyd on Monday. However, the woman featured in the video, whose identity was confirmed by New York Times reporter Taylor Lorenz as Fiona Moriarty-McLaughlin, was not actually helping anyone to rebuild anything. After posing with the construction worker, she hands him the package of his power tool and says, “Thank you very much,” before walking away. Referring to the young man standing on the sidewalk who obediently took his picture, “Instagram boyfriends!” she says. As Fiona and her boyfriend get into a black Mercedes-Benz to leave quickly, while they were parked in a red-light district, she yells, “Good job, guys! BLM!

Fiona Moriarty-McLaughlin Fake Photo

Pink tweeted, “What’s wrong with these holes entitled to **?! Who the hell are you and who are your parents? Horrible person. How can anyone defend this?” In addition to the frustration of watching a young white woman pretend to help the community influence social media, the reality is that the Santa Monica community was devastated by looters. On Sunday, the day before Fiona posed for her photo shoot, the peaceful protests turned violent.

Looters were running into stores and grabbing as much merchandise as they could hold in their hands before jumping into getaway cars. Earlier in the day, the Santa Monica Police tweeted, “Today, you may see some businesses, including the mall, fortify their storefronts to avoid possible damage. We ask that our community remain calm and safe, and that your freedom of expression remains peaceful.”

Fiona Moriarty-McLaughlin Washington Examiner

After the video went viral, Fiona turned all of her social media into private. However, being a journalist, all of his previous articles and video interviews remained live. Her Twitter bio line, which remained visible, says: “I’m just chasing the facts.” The Washington Examiner, for which Fiona is a comment intern, is a conservative news website owned by MediaDC, a subsidiary of the Clarity Media Group.

In addition to the Washington Examiner, Fiona writes for Spoon University. According to her Muck Rack profile, Fiona’s most recent article, “Six Things To Do With That Avocado In Your Dorm Room,” she writes:

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