The Senator of the League Simone Pillon shoots to zero on the choice of Drusilla Foer, as co-conductor of Amadeus for the Thursday evening of the Sanremo festival. “As was widely expected – writes Pillon on Facebook – at the Sanremo festival more and more LGBTs have been assigned the gender-inclusive quota already in the phase of choosing the conductors”. Then he adds: “A question: but always in compliance with the quotas, couldn’t there be a normal dad among the co-presenters (one eh, not two), and perhaps of conservative inspiration? It would be a good sign, if only to protect endangered species on television. “Below the post, several critical comments on Pillon’s position. In particular, one user points out: “Amadeus is the main presenter is married to a woman and has two children.” And the senator replies: “I know, but I’m not particularly conservative.” Another Internet user intervenes for the explanation: “He is not a conservative dad. Amadeus had two wives and an unmarried son. For Pillon, he is out of class.”
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