POLL: Anti-EU Marine Le Pen Takes Lead in France's Presidential ElectionChris Menahan
Jan. 11, 2017
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Support for anti-EU candidate Marine Le Pen has surged and she's now leading over her pro-EU rival Francois Fillon.
Marine Le Pen has overtaken centre-right candidate François Fillon to be the frontrunner in France’s presidential election, according to the latest poll by Ifop-Fiducial.Despite being the people's choice, Bloomberg reports banks are blacklisting her:
National Front leader Marine Le Pen said French banks have refused to meet with her to discuss the possibility of financing her presidential campaign.Despite Le Pen's lead, absent an outright majority the election goes into a run off where the opposing parties will unite to vote against her.
The people of France ought to heed the warning of Jean Raspail, author of The Camp of the Saints, and reverse their immigration policies before it's too late.
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