France’s latest election was a telling affair in which the European Union’s preferred candidate handily defeated his conservative opponent, paving the way for a massive liberal swing in Europe.
Even in the face of constant terror attacks and a conservative uprising among the French people, Emmanuel Macron soundly defeated Maine Le Pen in the seminal election, signaling that France would continue to be ruled by leftists with globalist intentions. Now, as the United States prepares to pull out of the costly and disastrous Paris Climate Agreement, the liberal Macron has taken a virtual swing at U.S. President Donald Trump in an offer to the American people.
“In a short video posted online Thursday, Macron said that while he respects Trump’s decision, it was a ‘mistake’ for the U.S. to exit the international accord.
“‘Tonight, I wish to tell the United States: France believes in you. The world believes in you. I know that you are a great nation,’ Macron said.
“He called on certain types, like scientists and ‘responsible citizens’ who were disappointed by Trump’s announcement, to come to France.
“‘I call on them. Come and work here with us. To work together on concrete solutions for our kind, our environment. I can assure you France will not give up the fight,’ Macron said.
“Macron assured those who are skeptical of the Paris Agreement’s future that the accord ‘remains irreversible and will be implemented’ by those nations still committed to it.”
Macon’s “invitation” is certainly nothing more than a stunt designed to insult President Trump, given the young and inexperience leader’s bravado after besting Le Pen. By inviting the “good” parts of America to defect and join France’s contingency of lunatic leftists, Macron has upped the ante on what is acceptably tacky behavior among the world’s leadership.
With the world somehow coming to the conclusion that constant harassment of the U.S. President is acceptable and warranted, Donald Trump must continue to triumph in the face of this ill will towards him and his administration.