To nobody's surprise (at least, nobody who's been following the "Great Reset" and plans for the left-wing/progressive/green "New World Order"), it now appears that President Macron's electoral victory last month may have been achieved through massive, wholesale electoral fraud.
In France, if a ballot is damaged, it cannot be cast. So the political establishment, who are desperate to install Macron in office for another five years, arranged for the destruction of millions of Le Pen ballots.
Following an eerily similar script from the last French presidential election in 2017, evidence circulating on Twitter shows the same issue which reared its head at that time – spoiled ballots. In 2017 the UK Daily Mail reported that there were 4.2 million “spoiled ballots” reported out by election authorities, an enormous number in an election in which a total of 36 million people voted.
A spoiled ballot is a ballot which has extraneous marks on it, is defaced, torn, or otherwise unacceptable. They are automatically rejected and cannot be counted. Typically spoiled ballots in the US cannot exceed 1%.
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Fast forward to 2022 and the UK Guardian reports: “The number of spoiled votes, and the abstention rate, were also alarmingly high.” But no exact numbers of spoiled votes are available.
Why won’t the authorities release the number of spoiled votes?
Stephen Lendman reports that in 2017: “Only Le Pen’s ballots showed up damaged or destroyed, none for Macron.”
Lendman says it appears Macron has won again “the old fashioned way.”
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Pre-election polls had Macron and Le Pen running neck and neck, within margin of error, as recently as April 10.
The spoiled ballots shown in the video below, all Le Pen’s, all have disqualifying tears in about the same place. Spoiled ballots are held by the French government.
There's more at the link.
There may be literally millions of "damaged" ballot papers involved. In terms of French law, the tiniest mark or tear on the ballot is sufficient to disqualify it - and there's no telling when or how the tear or mark was made. If an electoral official is "careless" in handling the newly-opened ballot, and makes a mark or tear, it's classified as "damaged" as surely as if the voter had done so.
Can you say "an opportunity for wholesale ballot fraud"? I thought you could . . .
The left wing in Europe regards Le Pen as the French equivalent of Donald Trump, to be shunned, abhorred, and blocked from ever holding office. I therefore find this report all too believable - particularly considering the opinion polls in the run-up to the election, which portrayed it as a much, much closer contest than the way it turned out.
The question is: will the people of France stand for it? Or will they rise up and demand accountability? That's in their hands.