Evidence of election fraud has emerged from the recent French presidential elections, which handed a victory to Emmanuel Macron.
In this first video, France 2 news anchor, Jean-Baptiste Marteau announces that data received directly from France’s Ministry of the Interior showed Marine Le Pen was slightly ahead of Macron with exactly 13,899,494 votes. But by the end of the night, her vote tally had decreased by over 1.13 million votes. This is causing many to cry foul.
A second video shows how the fraud was accomplished: The ballots for Le Pen were intentionally damaged in order that they be invalidated.
On his Telegram account, Aaron Hawkins (aka StormCloudsGathering), who lives in France says that many are pointing to the obvious parallels with the 2020 Elections in the US but he says that we will not likely see a repeat of what happened in America, because the politics are very different in France. As Aaron explains:
“[Macron] is the most hated politician in the history of France. He isn’t viewed as a champion of the Left, but rather as a puppet of the banking elite. The fact that he literally worked for the Rothschild bank in France, and made a name for himself by brokering Nestlé’s acquisition of Pfizer’s baby food division made this the case from the very beginning, and his policies while in office only reinforced this perception.
“The post election riots in France may dissipate temporarily but with evidence of election fraud hanging over Macron as the food and energy crisis begins, revolution isn’t just possible, it’s probable. Separatist movements in Corsica, and various overseas territories will accelerate this, and fighters from all over the world will participate. Expect Italy to destabilize in parallel, and it is at this critical moment that the insane quantities of weapons that are disappearing in Ukraine will become very, very important (as will the various neo-nazi terrorist groups that the CIA and Mossad have been cultivating throughout western Europe).
“Ordo Ab Chao. Order out of chaos. Don’t let them get away with it.”
Reprinted with the author’s permission.