“I wanted to see what it felt like to be parachuted”: an LR candidate jumps into the void to “denounce the parachute” of his opponent RN

“I wanted to see what it felt like to be parachuted”: an LR candidate jumps into the void to “denounce the parachute” of his opponent RN
“I wanted to see what it felt like to be parachuted”: an LR candidate jumps into the void to “denounce the parachute” of his opponent RN

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An LR candidate made a parachute jump on June 24, 2024 to denounce the “parachuting” of an RN candidate into the 1st constituency of Eure-et-Loir.

White shirt, fitted pants… And parachute harness. Thus Ladislas Vergne, Republican candidate for the legislative elections in the first constituency of Eure-et-Loir, introduced himself to his potential voters on Monday June 24, 2024.

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I wanted to see what it felt like to be parachuted!” he said in a video shared on the social network X (formerly Twitter).

I PARACHUTE JUMPED TO DENOUNCE RN PARACHUTTING IN MY CONSTITUTION

The RN sends a Parisian parachute candidate to Chartres. This is not my idea of ​​politics, I have my feet on the ground. I wanted to see what it felt like to be parachuted…u23efufe0f pic.twitter.com/Xa2fUCFzUO

— Ladislas Vergne (@LadislasVergne) https://twitter.com/LadislasVergne/status/1805205440713621538?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

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Claiming himself as a native of Chartre, the LR candidate opposes the candidacy of the National Rally candidate Emma Minot, whom he says was “parachuted” from Paris even though she “knows nothing about the territory”.

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“It’s not my idea of ​​politics, I have my feet on the ground,” he added. And skydiving. Literal response if anything to the candidacy of his competitor.

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