Marine Le Pen had called for a halt to immigration, a slow-down of refugees, and saying her reasons for such views are rooted in national security
When Adolf Hitler invaded France in WWII, he met with almost no opposition at all. The French people basically just gave up without a fight. Outside of a few homemade resistance groups, the French government had no response at all, unless you call weeping as the Nazi tanks rolled in a response. Over 75 years later, and after becoming the number 1 target of Islamic terrorism in all of Europe, the French people continue to display the same pusillanimous spirit by voting overwhelmingly for the soft-on-terror, pro-Muslim, globalist liberal Emmanuel Macron.
Paris is no longer Paris:
They called Marine Le Pen the “French Donald Trump” because of her stand on closing their borders and reducing unvetted immigration of Muslims. She vowed to keep her country safe if elected. After all the blood shed by Muslim terrorists over the last three years, you would have thought the French people would have voted for her. Nope.
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On Sunday Paris voters chose the moderate status-quo candidate Emmanuel Macron over the fierce defender of France Marine le Pen. Macron won 90% of the vote in Paris. Le Pen, leader of the National Front, had been sharply critical of the Islamization of France for months now. She had called for a halt to immigration, a slow-down of refugees, and saying her reasons for such views are rooted in national security. And she’s been fielding massive fire for the views by the leftists and moderates who love to talk up security — but won’t act if it comes in conflict with open borders.
The French have gotten really good at weeping, fighting back not so much:
Sunday, French voters decided to go overwhelmingly with the liberal. But there is at least some good news in all that. French manufacturers of the stuffed animals, flowers, balloons and votive candles that line the streets every time Islamic terrorists kill people on the streets in Paris can expect their sales to increase dramatically under President Macron.