which voters can utilize to change the whole nature of the EU:
So, considering how key some of these
elections are, by this time next year the
political landscape could be unrecognizable.
Great to see the NWO's favorite poisoned dwarf is out of the race. ---->
Live: France presidential elections
Fillon tops French conservative primary,
Sarkozy concedes defeat
Former French prime ministers François Fillon and Alain Juppé will vie for the
conservative nomination in a primary run-off after handing former president
Nicolas Sarkozy a shock defeat on Sunday.
With three-quarters of votes counted, Sarkozy (21.7%)
was lagging well behind Fillon (43.7%) and Juppé (27.8%).
The former president has conceded defeat and endorsed
Fillon for next week's second round.
More on him, shortly, but the other big shock here is the breathtaking
extent of pre-voting opinion poll manipulations by the establishment!!
The partial results are:
Fillon first by a big margin, then Juppé and Sarkozy in third place.
Now compare that outcome with this poll THREE DAYS before voting:
The guy polling last - actually won!!A poll by Cevipof and Ipsos-Sopra Steria showed:
Juppe scoring 36 percent of votes....
It showed Sarkozy, on 29 percent....
Fillon, was not seen making it to the run-off.....
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-franc ... SKBN13C191
Talk about a margin of error??!
Go figure that one....
Of course these glitches in the matrix have everything to do with
this harsh political reality which is facing the NWO's French elite:
IT'S ALL ABOUT SOMEHOW STOPPING MARINE LE PEN.
Note the coded thought-crime words: "growing fears" and "populism."
Far-right Marine Le Pen takes huge lead in French polls
Lucy Pasha-Robinson | 21st Nov 2016 6:55 AM
FRONT National leader Marine Le Pen has taken a sizeable lead over Nicolas Sarkozy in a new French presidential election poll.
The far-right leader had 29 per cent of the vote when pitted against Les Républicains' former president, who was eight points behind, and held a 15-point lead over the Parti de Gauche's Jean-Luc Mélenchon in the poll released by Ipsos.
It was one of five scenarios for the first round of France's 2017 presidential elections on 23 April, although one that did not include Les Républicains' Alain Juppé - who remains strong favourite to succeed Francois Hollande as leader.
While Mr Juppé holds leads of between 4 and 7 per cent in three other scenarios including him, the results are likely to add to growing fears that the rise of global populism could see Ms Le Pen secure a surprise victory in the wake of the UK's Brexit vote and Donald Trump's US election win.