Jean-Pierre Pernaut is not used to mince words. This Wednesday, May 20, the journalist at 1 p.m. on TF1 sent a small, well-placed spike to residents of large cities who do not respect barrier gestures.
The sun and the heat are back and the French seem to be gradually forgetting about confinement. Since May 11, many citizens have found the streets and their friends, without necessarily paying attention to barrier gestures. Images of Parisians gathered in large numbers along the Canal Saint-Martin have annoyed more than one, while the mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo is still campaigning for the reopening of parks and gardens in her city. A means according to her to avoid mass gatherings. In his 1 p.m. journal, Jean-Pierre Pernaut was one of the first to get annoyed by the irresponsibility of Parisians and this Wednesday, May 20, he gave a layer.
Jean-Pierre Pernaut annoyed by the world in the streets
If containment continues for Jean-Pierre Pernaut who prefers to stay longer at home in this time of health crisis, he never stops sending little pikes. “In any case, what a contrast with these images that we saw earlier of crowded shopping streets, including in big cities, including in red zones. We saw it in Alsace, it is also true in the seaside resorts where there are crowded streets when the beaches are empty, when there is space. It’s weird, weird … “asked the journalist, who does not understand why some beaches remain closed.
Provincial vs city dwellers?
Jean-Pierre Pernaut has lost none of his outspokenness and he does not hesitate to attack the government as much than irresponsible city dwellers. The journalist took advantage of his badge on the “Favorites” markets to tackle once again the inhabitants of large cities: “We love our markets, our local shops. Everything is reopened now in all the communes. We have found a little freedom in the past 10 days, we are reliving but we are still careful, in the countryside, a little less in town “. A remark heavy with meaning which will surely delight the many fans of his positions.