Italian MEP’s Husband Found Strangled – Was She Targeted for her Pro-Russian, Anti-Plandemic Views?


ER Editor:  Italian MEP Francesca Donato has been a stalwart member of a group of MEPs who have spoken out against the Covid / injection tyranny, a group led by other MEPs such as Cristian Terhes and Christine Anderson. Now we find her husband, architect Angelo Onorato, was recently murdered, the method of death leaving no doubt. The Euronews report is very MSM; we’re providing some tweets below. also covers the same Euronews report but offers some additional links and speculations, that her views ran into being amical towards Russia, etc. Obviously, she wasn’t the only MEP against the Covid injections and lockdowns.

Italian MEP’s husband murdered by strangulation leads to questions of whether she was targeted for her ‘pro’ Russia and anti-lockdown views

The Cabal, the old corrupt way of doing things, is now in its death throes (it probably has been for a while) so, as with the Robert Fico assassination attempt, we can expect some nasty fallout. Tweets —

This from architect himself, Robin Monotti; Donato expresses her political views within three minutes

Going back to 2023 —

And 2022 —

Translation: Shameful report by TG3 on the death of Angelo Onorato, husband of the Honorable Francesca Donato. Only a minute and a half of news on her death, followed by a report on “Donato’s controversial positions on many issues such as the Green Pass.”

There is some political chat on Twitter from respected analysts that she wasn’t a dissident at all but more of a gatekeeper for the establishment. We’ll get into that in another post. 


Suspicious death of Italian MEP’s husband raises questions of foul play

Andrea Barolini & Aleksandar Brezar for EURONEWS

Italian MEP Francesca Donato claims her husband was killed as authorities investigate the death of Angelo Onorato, found in his car by his wife and daughter on Saturday.

An Italian MEP claims her husband was murdered as authorities continue to investigate the death of Angelo Onorato, an architect whose body was found on the side of a road on the outskirts of Palermo on Saturday.

MEP Francesca Donato at a European Parliament plenary session in Strasbourg, 1 February 2024
Copyright European Union 2021 – EP/Alexis Haulot

After Francesca Donato couldn’t reach her partner, she located Onorato’s Land Rover near the highway connecting Palermo and Mazara del Vallo using his iPhone’s GPS.

A passer-by alerted the police after hearing the screams of Donato and her daughter Carolina, who found the body inside the vehicle.

While an initial police report says there were no signs of struggle, Donato — a former Lega politician turned Christian Democrat — claims that Onorato was, in fact, killed. Their daughter Carolina echoed Donato’s words, saying, “no one dare say or even think that my father committed suicide,” in a social media post. “They killed him.”

Who is Francesca Donato?

Donato has been an MEP since 2019 after running for the far-right Lega party in Palermo. Her first shot at the European Parliament in 2014, also as a candidate of populist Matteo Salvini’s party, failed after she obtained about 6,000 votes.

In the past, she campaigned under the banner of “Euroexit”, which called for Italy to drop the euro and leave the eurozone. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Donato became a vocal anti-vaxxer, criticising the government’s green pass policies.

Donato caused a scandal in 2021 when she compared the slogan “the vaccine makes you free” with Arbeit macht frei, an infamous Nazi slogan seen above the entrance to the Auschwitz concentration camp, translated as “Work sets you free”. The Auschwitz Memorial Museum slammed her comments, asking Donato not to exploit political facts for political goals.

She has also spread various conspiracy theories on COVID-19 and vaccines, such as accusing drug maker Pfizer of producing products “extremely harmful to health” and claiming that the death of Leonardo Ditta, an Italian doctor, was linked to his COVID vaccination. She was forced to apologise to Ditta’s family following the fallout over her words.

After leaving Lega in 2021, she became an independent MEP, also departing from the Identity and Democracy (ID) parliamentary group. She has since run for the mayor of Palermo but was unsuccessful in her bid.

Donato then joined the Christian Democracy of Salvatore Totò Cuffaro, former president of the Sicilian region and Italian MP. Cuffaro had previously been convicted of seven years in prison for aiding and abetting the mafia and disclosing official secrets.

Donato’s husband, Onorato — an architect and entrepreneur — has allegedly requested a gun permit after receiving complaints over a development near Palermo’s Punta Raisi airport.



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