If she were President of the Republic, Marine Le Pen would let “the French celebrate Christmas with their family” and would reopen “small businesses today”. The president of the RN, who was the guest of BFM Politique on BFMTV on Sunday, in partnership with Le Parisien / Today in France, denounced the “infantilizing relationship of our leaders to the French” in the management of the coronavirus crisis. For the same reasons, it would authorize the exercise of worship, “whatever the worship”, she took care to specify, considering that religion can constitute for certain people “a support in a moment of great tension and of anguish ”. The deputy of Pas-de-Calais also supports demonstrations by the faithful in front of churches, sometimes taking the form of street prayers, believing that “it is not only the undocumented who have the right to demonstrate. “.
On the other hand, the president of the RN would have closed middle and high schools to curb the spread of the virus, she indicated on BFM Politics. The opportunity to castigate the government’s policy, and to regret that “between the first and the second wave, no plan was made”. “Containment is when we missed the rest,” she cracked.
“I will not force anyone to be vaccinated”
Out of the question for Marine Le Pen to encourage the use of a vaccine if there was one that was approved. “If the vaccine is safe, I will vaccinate myself personally but I will not force anyone to be vaccinated”, she argued, recalling that in her eyes, the French must be “free” to decide.
Same liberal approach on the conspiratorial “documentary” “Hold-up”, which assures that the coronavirus epidemic is in reality an elite plot to eliminate the poor. Marine Le Pen, who looked at it, “does not believe at all” in the thesis developed. But says herself “struck by the hysteria” and the “excesses” caused by this “documentary”, sending back to back the supporters of the thesis and those who oppose it. “The French are enlightened citizens. Everyone can watch this documentary and form an opinion, ”she trivialized. “Some people discover that with a well-edited report, we can make people believe in many things! I know it well as president of the RN ”, she joked, placing herself as a victim of the media.
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