Emmanuel Macron wins the French presidential elections.
Anything that happens in France now, I won’t feel sorry for 65% of their voting population. They get exactly what they voted for, and if bending over and taking it from both the globalists and Islam is what they want, then it is what they get. They voted him in, they suffer the consequences.
I fear the only way how France can return to its prior glory now is through another Revolution.
Until then, western Europe will be but a fool’s dream vacation.
(I do not know everything about this, but it is similar to Hillary’s email scandal. Too bad that it may not influence the French election, seeing as how the timing was horrible.)
Yesterday, emails belonging to French presidential candidate, Emmanuel Macron, and his staffers dating back from some time and all the way to (I believe) April 17th of this year, were released to the public on an anonymous document sharing site called Pastebin (according to Reuters) and the link posted on 4chan. Wikileaks has gone through the documents and says that so far they are real; not fabrications or faked.
Although people are still going through these emails and translating them, some pretty damning stuff have been revealed.
Reportedly, staffers were tasked to buy 3-MMC designer drugs for Macron using Bitcoin. It also reveals that Macron may be working with protest groups and police to create discord and tilt the election in his favor, which if true, could possibly be treason in France. He’s also scheming with insiders and planning to fire many “En Marche!” if he wins the election.
A few days earlier, banking statements belonging to Macron have been published since, revealing that he has money on offshore accounts.
His campaign has confirmed that they have been “hacked” by, of course, Russian agents. No surprise there. I wouldn’t be surprised if it was an ex-Macron staffer, or staffer who changed loyalties who had all the emails and decided to post them on the internet.
I’m quite ill-informed on this subject, and this is the basis for all I know, but Macron just had his Hillary Clinton moment. And just like here, the French government is trying to keep it all hush hush, telling the media to not report on it whatsoever. I understand that French election laws don’t allow for media to report on anything that could influence the election, but to flat out not report it?
However, since many of us who are reporting on it are outside of France, their laws don’t apply to us. We must keep writing and posting about it, informing the French public about how corrupt Macron is. It may not be too late to stop this, but we need to be loud.
Macron is the worst person that France could elect to lead them. If these allegations coming from his and staffers emails are true, then France would make a huge mistake electing him. He’s no better than Obama was to the U.S., and he would be just as much as an embarrassment to France on the world stage.
Everything about Macron is just disturbing to me to say the least, but what else do you expect from an insider?
Le Pen is far better, even if I disagree with her on a few things. However, she is definitely not “far-right” as many in the MSM worldwide call her. She is, by U.S. definition, center-left. But anyone who dares say that we should control our borders and stop letting in all these migrants who don’t want to assimilate, is instantly labeled far-right, when they aren’t. Especially in the EU, when not only do you want to control your borders, but declare that (European country, in this case France) leave the European Union.
And, quite frankly, she is more of a “man” than Macron will ever be.
So yesterday, Buzzfeed’s editor-in-chief, Ben Smith, went onto Tucker Carlson’s show on Fox News to talk about the majority of “un-biased” journalists being registered as Democrats. That then moved on to Buzzfeed’s treatment of one of their former employees, Tim Gionet (a.k.a Baked Alaska), a well known Trump supporter.
Mr. Smith claimed that Buzzfeed’s employees were treated fairly, even if they had differing opinions on politics.
Baked Alaska claims differently, as stated in Business Insider’s article. (You can read his story about his time at Buzzfeed here).
Now images have emerged (from Baked Alaska himself) of Buzzfeed’s director of social media, Maycie Thornton, saying “maybe someone will assassinate (Trump)” in a conversation with two other employees of Buzzfeed. You can read the article here.
Those involved in this conversation have since locked their Twitter accounts.
As far as I am aware, no one has been fired for this conversation yet. If Buzzfeed has any sort of integrity left in them, they should immediately fire Thornton and all those involved. After all, it is only fair.
Imagine what would happen if a writer at Breitbart or Infowars said something like this about former President Barack Obama, even if the conversation was in private. The left would be all up in arms and would demand that that writer be fired.
But since this is precious Buzzfeed we’re talking about here, the leftist utopia of clickbait articles and “valid” news source, hands off, b****.
If it wasn’t already obvious enough, I do not like the double standard given by these leftist institutions. They claim that they don’t discriminate on someone if they believe in different politics, but when the big media corporations are filled with people who crap on their viewership and admit that it is their job to control what people think, who’s going to believe them?
I’m going to believe Tim far more than anything Buzzfeed says, because let’s face it, Buzzfeed is by definition fake news. They should have stayed out of politics like MTV should have just kept playing music videos. You’re not cool, you’re not trendy. If one claimed to be discriminated upon because they supported Trump at this all left website, then I’m sure as hell going to believe it.
The worst part about all of this is that Buzzfeed has Press Credentials to the White House. Let’s repeat that again. A clickbait “teen” website, has Press Credentials, to the White house. Someone in the Obama administration thought it was a good idea to give websites like these access to the White House, and now Trump’s administration needs to revoke it and let real news take their spots.