ER Editor: Following the recent presidential election, in which fraud was strongly suspected, France is now between two rounds to elect its local representatives for the National Assembly (Parliament or Congress). Results after the first round, which took place on Sunday, are reported on below.
Lest there be any confusion, we remind readers that Jean-Luc Melenchon (see image below), leader of the new leftist coalition (NUPES), is a high-ranking freemason, who helped Macron become president by advising his supporters to stand against Marine Le Pen. This was a shock, especially because 70% of Melenchon’s program was supposed to overlap with Le Pen’s, and surely a wake-up call. Melenchon, the ‘People’s Candidate’, helping the Rothschild-supported Globalist candidate get elected. Now, we’re expected to believe there is actually a ‘contest’ going on between them.
As for Le Pen, who was rumoured to have been paid a hefty sum to LOSE the recent presidential election by Benjamin Fulford’s CIA sources (she was ahead in the voting by 9:30pm, yet finished a million votes BELOW that original figure while Macron surged to four million votes ahead – fraud was suspected and lawyers were engaged to appeal the result, which the Constitutional Council rejected out of hand because, in France, citizens cannot contest elections!), who came out remarkably HAPPY to have been the loser, she recently made an alliance with Macron and his party (yes, we kid you not) to fight Melenchon’s left coalition. So Le Pen is effectively muzzled as a truly independent candidate.
This is not a competition or a contest, it is a CLUB, whereby those sponsoring these ridiculous, compromised people win no matter which ‘side’ or ‘candidate’ gets elected. True representatives of the people, such as Florian Philippot, are sidelined with a tiny percentage of the vote. Yet gullible people cannot see what is going on.
Heads they win, tails they win.
Probably the biggest takeaway is that over 50% of voters abstained.
Update: rumours are circulating of some sort of fraud having taken place but we’re not sure of the details yet.
Taking Clown World and its illusions a little further, if you believe it is Macron actually pictured in the featured image above, check this out: French President Macron: “Vaccinate EveryTHING That Can Be Vaccinated”
Huge blow as Macron struggles to keep majority
According to the provisional official final results, Emmanuel Macron’s Ensemble (Together) party [formerly la Republique en marche] won 25,75 percent of the vote in yesterday’s parliamentary election.
PARIS – The alliance of leftists, communists, Greens and socialists, forged by leftist Jean-Luc Mélenchon at short notice, is practically tied with 25.66 percent. Marine Le Pen’s Rassemblement National came in at 18.7 percent.
Voter turnout reached a record historic low with 52.5 percent of the French who did not bother to participate in the ballot.
Earlier, Mélenchon announced that his NUPES alliance was in the lead: “The truth at the end of the first round is that the presidential party is beaten and defeated.” He called on voters to turn out in force next Sunday “to reject definitively the disastrous policies of Mr Macron’s majority”.
The composition of the French National Assembly will now be decided in the run-off elections. On Sunday, the difference between Macron’s and Mélenchon’s alliances was only 21,442 votes – out of a total of 48.7 million eligible voters. Due to the special French electoral law, Macron’s “rebirth” could nevertheless win a clear, if not absolute, majority.
Le Pen hopes for her own parliamentary group
This is because under France’s majority voting system, which favours the largest party, only the top two finishers reach the runoff. The winner receives the seat to be allocated in the National Assembly. A total of 577 deputies are elected. The absolute majority is 289. By joining forces, the four left parties have now significantly improved their chances.
Election researchers predict 255 to 295 seats for Macron’s party. The Left Alliance could have 150 to 210 MPs. For Marine Le Pen’s Rassemblement National (RN), 10 to 30 seats are possible. The politician hopes to form her own parliamentary group. This would require 15 MPs. Le Pen is going into the run-off in her constituency in Hénin-Beaumont.
In previous elections, the losing parties allied themselves with the RN candidate and supported it. This is expected to happen again in this year’s run-off. For decades, this has made it difficult for the right-wing party to be represented in parliament according to its election results. It only ever has a very small number of MPs. In the last legislative period, it had six, which corresponds to about one percent.
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