Marine Le Pen: "France Isn't Burkinis on the Beach, France is Brigitte Bardot"Chris Menahan
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Leading French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen told 60 Minutes on Sunday that France "isn't burkinis on the beach, France is Brigitte Bardot."
From CBS News:
Like President Trump, Marine Le Pen takes a hard line on immigration and champions the unemployed workers of France, who she says have been harmed by globalization. Her views have resonated within the French electorate. She wants to drastically reduce legal immigration and deport all illegal immigrants, and she says she would also like to ban conspicuous religious garb in public, including Muslim headscarves and yarmulkes.The fake news media in France and Europe is literally copying the propaganda here and accusing Le Pen of being a Russian puppet.
Facebook and Google are also censoring stories on social media by calling them "fake news."
Since taking the lead in the polls, the EU parliament also voted to strip Le Pen of her immunity for posting pictures of ISIS killing people, including journalist James Foley.
They want to throw her in prison for three years for showing the crimes ISIS commits, insisting it's the same as sharing pro-ISIS propaganda.
This is how desperate they are to keep her from winning.
Le Pen sees the modern political fault lines not as left vs. right, but rather, she says, between those who support what she calls “wild, savage globalization” and those who don’t.Their way of life and their culture is disappearing.
It's not a "feeling," it's an objective fact.
The only question is whether you feel they have a duty to die because they've already gone so far, or do you believe they have a right to fight to preserve their heritage now that they're realizing the multicultural utopia they were promised is an illusion which will end in their destruction.
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