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The Nazi salute that wasn’t

By France24
06 February 2022   |   10:06 am
Florian Philippot is one of the most vocal critics of the French Covid-19 health pass which has now become a "vaccine pass". Formerly of the National Front party, he now leads his own "Patriotes" movement. Earlier this week, he crossed swords on social media with Gérard Darmanin. The French interior minister published a screenshot of an anti-health pass march where a Philippot supporter appeared give a Nazi salute. But Darmanin was mistaken. We break down what really happened.

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