AfD candidate Alice Weidel welcomed the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe’s (OSCE) decision to send an observation mission to Germany to monitor the federal elections whilst speaking at a campaign rally in Schriesheim, Saturday.
SOT, Alice Weidel, AfD candidate (German): “There is a general criminality problem in Germany because of Merkel’s migration politics, if you could call it politics even.”
SOT, Alice Weidel, AfD candidate (German): “In my point of view, these gropers must be convicted and express-deported within 24 hours. That’s what you need to do with these people [criminal asylum seekers].”
SOT, Alice Weidel, AfD candidate (German): “Indeed, we as AfD are being significantly impeded, for example in our gatherings, but also in free speech. Also, we saw flawed ballot-counting in the recent regional elections. In North-Rhine-Westphalia for instance insufficient votes were counted. In the end almost 3,000 votes were missing. You have to imagine that. And that’s only the tip of the iceberg, I am sure. And that’s the reason why the OSCE decided to send independent delegates from 57 states to our country in order to monitor the polling stations and find out whether there is systematic election fraud or not – which is absolutely right in my opinion.”
SOT, Alice Weidel, AfD candidate (German): “We demand to stop the funding of left-wing extremism, to scrap the funds for fighting right-wing and left-wing extremism, to divide them equally and make subsidies transparent. And we demand to ban a violent, leftist extremist organisation like the Antifa.”