German YouTuber Rezo Is Following Up With A New CDU Video:

His main allegations against Union politicians are incompetence, blatant failure and spreading untruths. But Rezo also attacks the Greens.

In the middle of the federal election campaign, YouTuber Rezo spoke up again with a video and criticized politicians of the Union in particular.

His main allegations against Union Chancellor candidate Armin Laschet (CDU), Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer (CSU) and Agriculture Minister Julia Klöckner (CDU) are incompetence, blatant failure and the spread of untruths.

The man with the striking blue head of hair became known to a wide audience in 2019 when he attracted a lot of attention with the video Destruction of the CDU - at that time shortly before the European elections.

Last year he wrote columns for ZEIT ONLINE. Rezo's new video is based, at least in the title, on that of 2019: Destruction Part 1: Incompetence. The concrete examples that Rezo is working on are essentially already known.

He throws the CDU chairman Laschet laughing on the edge of the appearance of Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier in the flood areas ("unacceptable").

He also criticizes the fact that the social media team of the North Rhine-Westphalian state government led by Laschet distributed pictures of his visit to the affected communities, while the Prime Minister himself said he did not want to use them to produce any pictures.

"Deadly incompetent"

He attacks the chancellor candidate hardest because he said in the ARD summer interview that there was not a single tax relief in the election program, only for small and medium incomes, if it was affordable.

The program says, however, that companies should be relieved of taxes and bureaucracy. Laschet either "lied" or was "deadly incompetent", that is, irredeemably incapable.

In addition, Rezo criticizes Scheuer because of the cost of the failed car toll ("obvious waste of hundreds of millions of euros") and Klöckner, among other things, because she had advertised the food company Nestlé and the low-sugar products it claims ("incredibly incompetent and unprofessional").

This time, the Greens are also criticized because a district association mocked the Union’s bias towards men and illustrated this with a photo of Chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock and other women - on which the men were cutaway on the edge. For Rezo, this is an "unnecessary move" and "cramped". In the end, he announces that "Part 1" will of course be followed by a sequel.


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