Well, no, because he was democratically elected and is playing by the (Italian) rules.
It's coming to France in the next election by the way, Eric Zemmour (deemed a far right nazi by the left of course) is predicting it and I too would put my money on it.
For the leftists, the hard right coming into power means that we've lost as a civlization. I don't see it that way at all, the left, the center and the center-right are the reason the pendulum is going to have to swing so far the other way. This is what happens when you set out to fight reality itself, you will not win and you will pay for it, we'll all pay for it.
I myself have voted for the NVA, a party that's considered far-right (and of course it's not) in Belgium, and was in our government before it fell (again). And this is the party I intend to join when I go into politics. I don't believe it's the right time for me to join a political party yet, but I see myself doing it in a few years.
This is how you'll win if you want to win. It's like Douglas Murray said: "If you're unhappy with the state of affairs and want to change things, join a political party!" Yeah, what has happened to this simple reasoning?
You're playing the same game as the leftists if you want to circumvent that, in case you haven't noticed, that's what they're doing all the time to gain power: infiltrating academia, the media, HR departments, everything but getting democratically elected by the people.
And there are reasons for that. Their ideas have to be forced on people to be accepted, for their own good, for the good of society. This is the far left, do you see any similarity with the ideology you're subscribing to at the moment? Force. He who cheats always loses. You either have faith in our system and play by the rules or you become just like our ennemies, just like the radical Muslims and the radical left.
Is this really what you want? Can't you see the bigger picture? Can't you see that all those times we've used force or unfair means to get what we wanted are still used against us by our ennemies, and rightly so? Is this the precedent you want to establish for the ages to come? As I've said, if we can't win this battle fairly and without becoming monsters ourselves, I don't even want us to win.
I know it is hard to understand and it's probably my own spiritual journey that has led me to think those improbable and seemingly counterintuitive thoughts, like many Christian ideas seem to be. As cliche and unbelievable as it will sound to you right now, I have been at the same stage (I believe it could be seen on HairlossTalk?), rushing to the far right because I panicked seeing what the regressive left and the radical Muslims were up to. It took me a while and a lot honest dialogue to get off that dangerous path.