Why did UMP deputy attack National Front in the act of condemning Strauss-Kahn?

Tiberge writes:

Here is the follow-up I spoke of. There was some confusion over Bernard Debré’s motives in exposing DSK at this time, but I think that in view of the DNA evidence, we cannot worry too much about them. I wondered why he felt he was weakening the National Front by denouncing DSK. The only answer seems to be that he wanted to denounce him before Marine Le Pen did. Professor Debré, despite his good deed, cannot bring himself to say that the National Front is not always wrong. Most French politicians cannot say this. They become at once outcasts.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at May 16, 2011 09:08 PM | Send

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