“Lega and Fratelli d’Italia at the top, then strange things always happen” – Libero Quotidiano

“Lega and Fratelli d’Italia at the top, then strange things always happen” – Libero Quotidiano
“Lega and Fratelli d’Italia at the top, then strange things always happen” – Libero Quotidiano

When the center-right wins, “then strange things always happen”. Alessandro Sallusti, in connection with Half past eight at La7, he throws suspicion on the table halfway between politics, justice and the media. Lilli Gruber relaunches the theme of “extreme right-wing infiltrations” linked to the riots in the square last Saturday in Rome, with the assault of Forza Nuova at the headquarters of the CGIL during the demonstration of the No Green pass, and the alleged “victimhood” of Matteo Salvini e Giorgia Meloni.

“Well, victimization … – replies the director of Free -, when in the week before the election and in the week before the ballot, the topic on the agenda of the journalistic and political agenda is that of Meloni fascist or of the League of junkies, I would say it is not victimhood “.

Rather, it is a well-known canvas. “We have already seen it in the last 20 years, when a center-right party reaches the maximum consensus among the Italians, and today Meloni would be the first party if they went to vote according to the polls, that’s why strange things happen“.

“With Berlusconi many have happened – continues Sallusti -, with Salvini have happened, the judicial inquiries on the landings, the notices of guarantee … With the Meloni they have not managed to reach the warranty notices and then they try with the Meloni supporter of the fascists. Among other things, these are issues that, as the electorates demonstrate, they are not passionate about, I believe that this whole campaign has compacted the voters of Brothers of Italy in defense of their leader accused of an infamous stuff, that of being a fascist “.

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