Matthieu Delormeau: The columnist sharply put in his place by a guest in TPMP …

Facing Jean-Jacques Bourdin this Thursday, January 13 on RMC and BFMTV, Christian Estrosi, explained that he wanted to “punish” people who refuse vaccination against Covid-19.

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“They represent 91% of those who are in intensive care or in conventional hospitalization. Those who pose a threat to the activity, and to the health of our fellow citizens, are those who remain in unacceptable postures. That is why I want zero tolerance in this domain”, explained the mayor of Nice (Alpes-Maritimes). “As part of the vaccination pass, those who are not vaccinated should be confined to their homes under the same conditions as in March-April 2020. And in addition, they should not have access to unemployment insurance” .

Statements that were debated on the set of Do not touch My TV on C8 in the presence of several guests, namely restaurateur Stéphane Manigold and lawyer Pierre Gentillet. While the majority of people around the table spoke out against the politician’s remarks, only Danièle Moreau and Matthieu Delormeau sided with Laura Tenoudji’s husband.

Subsequently, viewers attended a rather lively exchange of arguments between the lawyer, who defended the position of the unvaccinated and the former host of the Mag on NRJ 12, pro-vaccine.

Pierre Gentillet wanted to see the vaccination rate, which according to him is around 99%. “And yet the epidemic has resumed.” When Cyril Hanouna asked him if it was he who had given it, he replied: “I had looked before!”. This triggered a comment from Matthieu Delormeau: “He knows all the average ages of all countries …”. “Me, I work before coming, excuse me”, replied his interlocutor. “If while working, I say so much nonsense …”, ended up concluding the one who will resume his role of host of TPMP People.

See also: End of the vaccination pass: what has just been announced by Olivier Véran… and it is very clear!

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