Macron confident as far-right rival closes in ahead of vote


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Macron denounced the far-right as “playing with the fears” of people, in an interview with French online media Brut on Friday evening

As opposed to the calming and relaxing statements such as... "this will be a winter of death for the unvaccinated" and "the unvaccinated are not French citizens, what shall we do with them?"

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Just recently the Macron camp was denouncing Le Pen for being too soft on Islam. Moreover, her economic policies are far to the left of Macron's, so why is it that she keeps getting called 'far-right' by the mainstream media? Simple: anyone who threatens our globalist overlords will get smeared, lied about and dragged through the mud.

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France’s presidential election could change the course of Russia-Ukraine war, concurrently reset the geo-political future of the European Union beyond recognition.

Voting opens at 8 a.m. (0600 GMT) close 1800 GMT, at which time the first exit polls, will be published.

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