The newspaper Les Inrocks devotes a portrait to Boris Vallaud, deputy of the 3rd riding of the Landes, labeled “New Left”. Cruise Marine Le Pen strafed by journalists in the Hall of the Not lost of the National Assembly he would have whispered “It hurts my ass”
It is not a discovery that Boris Vallaud, deputy of the 3rd riding of the Lande s labeled “New Left”, formerly close to Arnaud Montebourg and husband of Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, is not a big fan of the National Front. Deeply touched by the death threats and racist attacks on his wife after the November 13th attacks in Paris, the deputy is fiercely opposed to all the proposals of the frontistic party led by Marine Le Pen.
The Inrocks reporter captured the words “That made me in the ass” slipped there by Boris Vallaud while Marine Le Pen was machine-gunned by the photographers in the Salle des Pas Perdus of the National Assembly. Words that carry a rejection of the media coverage of Jean Marie Le Pen’s heiress and the ideas she conveys a thousand leagues from the personal convictions of the 42-year-old politician.
His friend, the historian Christophe Prochasson, said of him: ” He is a man of the left and facing the general disaster, he wants to do something to continue to exist.” Man of the shadows for many years, Boris Vallaud is just beginning to speak on his behalf, and is forced to build himself on the ashes of his party affiliation.