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Unfounded allegation: Maaßen rejects Neubauer's accusation of anti-Semitism

Berlin - The CDU Bundestag candidate Hans-Georg Maaßen has rejected Luisa Neubauer's accusations of anti-Semitism as malicious slander. "These are paperless and unfounded accusations that I firmly reject," Maaßen told Junge Freiheit.

The German leader of “Fridays for Future” claimed on Sunday evening in the ARD panel discussion “Anne Will” that Maaßen spread “anti-Semitic and racist content”.

At the request of CDU boss Armin Laschet, who was also a guest, to provide concrete evidence for the allegations, Neubauer only replied: “Please deal with it. You should know what drives Hans-Georg Maaßen and brings him forward." Laschet countered: "I tell you, he is not an anti-Semite and he does not disseminate any anti-Semitic texts. "If Maaßen did this, that would be a reason for one Exclusion from the party, added the CDU candidate for chancellor.

Maaßen: The democratic discourse is brutalized
The former President of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution said it was "regrettable that the democratic discourse has meanwhile become so brutal that terms such as fascist or anti-Semite are being instrumentalized by the left to put political opponents out of focus". However, this is also a degradation of the real victims of totalitarian dictatorships.

In her broadcast on Neubauer's assertions, Anne Will had merely said: “We'll have a look at that. Let's try to prove. I don't know out of my hat either."

Source: Junge Freiheit
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