FvD treasurer in the breach for Thierry Baudet: ‘He is not...

FvD treasurer in the breach for Thierry Baudet: ‘He is not...
FvD treasurer in the breach for Thierry Baudet: ‘He is not...

“Thierry made some provocative statements, as we all know him well. But I have known him longer and dare to say with heart that he is not a fascist, homophobic or Nazi sympathetic. ”

“Then I, with Jewish roots, would have run away long ago,” Ephraïm writes in a statement, which Baudet spreads via Twitter. The former FvD leader speaks of ‘character murder in De Telegraaf this morning’. The politician thus refers to an urgent letter from Nicki Pouw-Verweij, senator and number 3 on the list, to the party board, which came into the hands of this newspaper. Pouw accuses Baudet of anti-Semitic and racist statements.

According to Ephraim, Baudet was ‘battle fatigue’ when he made the statements. “I didn’t see any inhuman, I saw a person. (…) Nobody asked for apologies from Thierry Baudet that same evening, nobody demanded that he take back any words. Nobody asked if he would leave. ”

The treasurer states that Baudet has been ‘wrongly put in a bad light’. “This is highly reprehensible.”

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