Election Interference: EU 'Anti-Fraud Body' Accuses Marine Le Pen of 'Embezzlement'Chris Menahan
Apr. 17, 2022
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Just one week after Marine Le Pen staged a spectacular comeback to make it into the presidential runoff election against Emmanuel Macron, the EU decided to accuse her of "embezzling" public funds, citing allegations which date back 18 years ago.
From AFP, "EU anti-fraud body accuses Marine Le Pen of embezzlement":
The EU's anti-fraud body has accused French far-right leader Marine Le Pen and associates of embezzling around 600,000 euros during their time as MEPs, French website Mediapart said Saturday, quoting a new report.This is how the EU operates now.
Less than 48 hours after Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was reelected in a landslide earlier this month, the EU announced they're going to trigger a never-before-used mechanism aimed at cutting tens of billions of euros in funding to Hungary for violating so-called "democratic norms" -- essentially putting sanctions on their nation for voting the wrong way.
Le Pen said last week she wants to leave NATO's unified military command, which Paul Craig Roberts said makes her a "candidate" for assassination by the CIA or French intelligence.
"I want France to leave NATO's unified military command. I will never agree that our troops are subordinate to the NATO command or the European command. France should return to the status in the alliance that it had from 1966 to 2009," the French presidential candidate said.The deck is stacked against her.
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