ER Editor: We didn’t touch the story of former French minister Marlene Schiappa, uber feminista and uber globalist lackey, getting on the cover of Playboy. But now she’s been fired. We’re wondering what’s coming next for the French government, which is currently undergoing a cabinet reshuffle, hence the timing of Schiappa’s departure. But the optics on the Dutch government are that senior people and less-than-senior people are leaving (we say ‘optics’ because rumour is that our globalist govts have already gone down behind the scenes). We may be out in left field on this one, but Macron’s lost one of his close allies over ‘mismanagement of funds’. Seriously? You could probably clear out an entire govt cabinet for that reason alone, plus the president. We anticipate more, basically.
We have to point out that Schiappa getting on the cover of the magazine was always a weird move – tone deaf, a comm – the elite in their own self-indulgent world? – given everything else that was going on this past April.
French ‘Playboy’ minister fired
A close Macron ally has lost her seat in a government reshuffle
The secretary of state for the Social and Solidarity Economy and Associative Life (ER: typical French title) is leaving the French government after more than six years in office, amid controversy over her alleged mismanagement of a public fund created to counter “extremism.”
Marlene Schiappa, who made headlines in April after posing for the cover of Playboy magazine’s French edition, learned of her dismissal during a phone call with President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday afternoon.
“We spoke for a long time, about thirty minutes,” she told Le Monde. “He [Macron] thanked me for my unfailing commitment over the last seven years.”
The former equality minister’s non-nude Playboy appearance proved popular with the French public, but drew criticism from colleagues and opponents alike. Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne reprimanded Schiappa’s decision to give an interview to the men’s magazine, calling it “not at all appropriate.”
More recently, Schiappa has been embroiled in a scandal over the Marianne Fund, which she helped to establish after the 2020 beheading of Paris school teacher Samuel Paty.
A media investigation by Marianne magazine and France 2 television accused Schiappa of redirecting over €2 million in public money to people with whom she had personal relationships. Opposition politicians also urged her to resign after the National Financial Prosecutor’s Office opened a probe into several alleged offenses, including “misappropriation of public funds through negligence.”
Schiappa has denied all wrongdoing, dismissing the claims as “slander” while threatening to “pursue defamation cases against all those making false accusations.”
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