Dupond-Moretti fears that “this guy’s words will be released”

The sequence ofCorrespondent featuring Divine Kinkela, a black caregiver living in Montargis, in Loiret, continues to cause a stir. “I fear that this guy’s words will be released,” commented the Minister of Justice, Eric Dupond-Moretti, on the BFMTV set this Saturday.

These words are those of Divine Kenkela’s neighbors, a white couple of National Rally (RN) sympathizers who insult her in front of the camera. “There you are again? Did we invite you? No ! Go away ! I left public housing because of people like you. We do what we want, we are at home. Go to the doghouse! », said the woman, with a blurred face. She is an official of the Montargis court, and the Minister of Justice has requested a report with a view to her suspension.

“I hear things I don’t want to hear”

“There is this example, there are others,” Eric Dupond-Moretti continued about these racist comments. I am in the markets (…) and I hear a certain number of things that I do not want to hear in this country that I love so much.”

Should we fear a “liberation” of this type of speech in the event of a victory for the RN in the legislative elections? “I cannot envisage for a single second a victory for the National Rally,” the minister points out to our colleagues. And to repeat a more than alarming observation: “The French are seeing (today) a terrifying spread of anti-Semitism and racist remarks in the broad sense of the term.”



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