Péter Márki-Zay, the united opposition’s candidate for prime minister, was campaigning in Csurgó, Somogy County, over the weekend when he suggested that certain members in the current Fidesz-led government were about to be outed as homosexual.
The party with the most gay people, and with a blog now about to reveal a scandal of three gay ministers in the government, this is the government running an anti-gay hate campaign.
-said Márki-Zay, campaigning next to Balázs Ander from Jobbik. Ander will face Fidesz candidate László Szászfalvi in the general election.
Márki-Zay’s claim appears at 27:54 in the video below:
It was not immediately clear what the opposition leader was specifically referring to with these words.
The Facebook page with the name “The Devil’s Advocate blog,” which previously exposed scandalous behavior by former Győr Mayor Zsolt Borkai, indicated last year that it would be dishing more dirt on certain government figures in January.
The unknown writer of the Facebook page posted rainbow flag emojis and directed vaguely-worded allegations at Justice Minister Judit Varga in late December. Varga indicated that she would be filing defamation charges against an unknown perpetrator over the statement.
Hungarian authorities have been trying to determine the person or persons behind the Devil’s Lawyer blog since the Borkai scandal blew up in 2019, but the investigation has not yielded results as of yet.
Csaba Czeglédy, from the Democratic Coalition (DK) in Szombathely and the winner of the opposition’s primary election there, became an official suspect behind the leak of Borkai’s sex video in September, but the investigation since then appears to have stalled.