October 18, 2017

Socialists In France Use ‘Computer Error’ To Try To Rig Election Against Le Pen

While Marine Le Pen is leading in the polls for the first round of France’s election, the current Socialist government has apparently found an underhanded way to defeat her…by massively rigging the votes due to a ‘computer error.’

Over 500,000 French citizens living outside France received two voting cards and thus have a chance to vote twice in the first round.

As the UK Express reports, France’s Interior Ministry has said it will not be invalidating the election because of the duplicate voting glitch, and French authorities confirmed they would not be investigating the potential electoral fraud until AFTER the election.

Chief beneficiary here is likely to be Emmanuel Macron, who is running as an independent but is a long time prominent member of the Socialist Party. In fact, he was formerly an under-secretary in Socialist François Hollande’s first government in 2012 before being appointed Hollande’s Minister of Economy, Industry and Digital Affairs in 2014. He and Hollande still have very close personal ties.

Most expatriate citizens of France are not on the Right, and many are pro EU because they feel it benefits their expat status. We are talking about potentially half a million votes here, more than enough to swing a close election.

Voting twice is a crime, but the only way to find out who committed in ifs if the authorities run a thorough check through their computer systems. If the Socialists return to power via Maron, I’d call that a pretty unlikely possibility.

This disgusting, corrupt strategy proves like nothing else that Marine Le Pen and the Front National were on target to win the first round of the elections and the Socialists knew it. If she loses because of it, it is a major stain on France and on its democracy.

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What’s more, the people of France are going to know it. And that could lead to some interesting consequences.

Rob Miller

Rob Miller writes for Joshuapundit. His articles have appeared in The Jerusalem Post, The Washington Examiner, American Thinker, The Los Angeles Times, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The San Francisco Chronicle, Real Clear Politics, The Times Of Israel, Breitbart.Com and other publications.