Forum for Democracy leader Thierry Baudt spoke last night to several hundred party members after announcing the first polling day elections from three provinces. It showed his party would lose a huge number of seats, but Baudet described the provisional result as “fantastic” and “a very good start”. “This result shows that what we are working on is a long-term project.” He also repeats the latter on Twitter.
Four years ago, the Forum for Democracy was still the largest party. He then started with twelve Senate seats, but only one remained due to divisions. Baudet is now hoping to win three more seats. “We are represented in all governorates, and the voice of the forum is still being heard,” he said yesterday. According to Baudet, his party should “give the Dutch people more time”.
Thierry Baudt also congratulated the “big seat winners” in the election, although he says the last few years have shown the extent of the “relative seat influence”. Wish the big winner of the BBB election “Good Luck”. “But we’ll see how BBB can’t get anything done.”
His speech, which lasted more than twenty minutes, was met with laughter and astonishment on social media. On Twitter, people are calling his speech “strange,” “hallucinating,” or “the world turned upside down.” Baudet tries to “speak of his defeat as a victory”, which others have described as “the best nightclub of the evening”.
Baudet gives a new dimension to his rhetoric by portraying a colossal defeat as a victory. So handsome. # Election results
– Johan Magre (@JohanMagre28) March 15, 2023
After his speech, Baudet immediately left the room, after which Singer took his place on the stage.
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