Good News: Le Pen does much better in election – but still loses – My Comments

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[Firstly, Marine Le Pen upstaged her father. The real NAZI was her father and he was firmer and tougher. I think she's married to a Jew or something like that. The bottom line is that she's much more wishy washy than her dad probably was. I do hate it that White men are not allowed to get things done. But Jews know to fear White males more and they water everything down that they can. I even wonder and ponder whether Trump will be back. At least in each election since 2012 to the present she's done better and better. She still represents something that is an alternative to the normal globalist crap like Macron. So it shows promise. She didn't do badly with a 42% vote. I think in the final analysis this is a good sign. I truly hope the French people can break into the Right Wing in any way. It will be good. All Whites need to HARDEN and PUSH FORWARD to POWER! Jan]

Marine Le Pen conceded defeat in the French presidential election on Sunday evening, but still described her result as representing a “shining victory in itself.” In the second round, the candidate from the right-wing National Rally party was defeated by the incumbent president, centrist Emmanuel Macron.

Speaking after the announcement of the first exit polls, Le Pen said she has nothing to complain about.

“I have no resentment or bitterness,” she said before expressing her gratitude to all those who supported her in both rounds of the election. The runner up also asked her supporters to vote for her party in the upcoming parliamentary election this summer.

It has been a long road for Le Pen, the daughter of five-time presidential candidate and far-right heavyweight Jean-Marie Le Pen. The 2022 election was the third one for her. In 2012, she came third with 17.9% of the vote, behind Francois Hollande and Nicolas Sarcozy. In 2017, she made it through the first round but had to concede to Macron after receiving just under 34% in the runoff.

In Le Pen’s opinion, her results might mean that France is prepared for change.

A great wind of freedom could have risen over the country.

According to the Elabe Institute’s estimates, Le Pen has gained 42% of the vote while Macron has won the race with 58%.

In the first round, Macron secured 27.85% of preferences, and Le Pen received 23.15%. Macron’s re-election has apparently come as a relief for a number of other EU countries, as ahead of the election several European leaders called on French voters to support him over his rival.


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