Presidential 2022: the support of Eric Zemmour announces a hundred sponsorship pledges

The supporters of Eric Zemmour claim to have collected “a hundred” sponsorships of elected officials for 2022, while the person has still not said his intentions for the presidential election. To run for the Elysée requires collecting 500 signatures of elected officials to be able to stand. “The hundred or so signing promises are interesting and reassuring, it provides a filter to avoid a fanciful candidacy, which would not be that of Zemmour”, rejoiced Antoine Diers, spokesperson for the Friends of Zemmour, joined on Friday by the ‘AFP.

The Figaro columnist, who also hosts a program on CNews, did not obtain that of the mayor of Béziers, Robert Ménard, close to the RN. The latter explained on RTL Thursday that “his friend” would do “a huge mistake” and risk going to “disaster” if he appeared in 2022. “Eric is a thinking machine, an incredible intelligence but he He must confront reality, ”warns Robert Ménard. “We must be careful between the media effervescence, the small political world which boasts about all this, and reality”.

In addition, the support of Eric Zemmour maintains the vagueness on his possible participation in a primary of the right, for which each candidate must collect 250 signatures.

The former boss of LR Laurent Wauquiez “gives up, the way is clear for Eric Zemmour!” “, Wrote in a statement Friday the association of Friends of Zemmour. But the latter, who will be present with the entrepreneur close to François Fillon Rafik Smati this weekend, will not finally go to the summer university, on September 18, of the deputy LR Julien Aubert, who had a time considered inviting him. “To all the little Generation Z soldiers sent by Samuel Lafont to troll me: in July, I actually had the idea of ​​inviting large, from Eric Zemmour to Xavier Bertrand, thinking that they would participate in the primary. This is not the case, ”wrote Julien Aubert on Twitter.

Eric Zemmour must first appear on September 8 in court for “incitement to discrimination” and “racial insults” after his remarks on unaccompanied minor migrants. The essayist also planned to publish himself, on September 16, a book entitled “France has not said its last word”, which the publisher Albin Michel did not want to publish, claiming that Eric Zemmour wanted “make it a key element of its candidacy” in 2022.

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