France: Jewish presidential candidate Eric Zamor was attacked during an election rally

Candidate for President of France, Eric Zemmour, Was attacked by an unknown person during an election rally in the city of Vilpinta, in the northeastern suburbs of Paris. According to the daily newspaper La Figaro, the attacker of Zemmour, who was injured in the hand, was arrested by the police. It was further reported that the penalty for this type of assault could be up to three years in prison and a fine of 45,000 euros.

The 63-year-old Jewish commentator and author officially announced his candidacy in the French presidential election last November on behalf of the right. As of October 2021 it is in second place in public opinion polls. In a declaration of confrontation he said that his aim was “” to save the country from the swimming and decay that are taking place in the country, as a result of the great migration of Africans and Muslims to the country “.

“I decided to take our fate into our own hands, to save the country from the tragic fate that awaits it from minorities who oppress us, so I decided to run for office. For a long time I was happy with my job as a journalist, but I can no longer trust politicians to have the courage to save the country.”

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