Thousands of documents hacked from Emmanuel Macron and published on the Internet have revealed the lack of freedom of speech in France. Within hours, the French state threatened news outlets and Internet users with criminal prosecution if they publicise this information.
The Macron campaign acknowledged the hack, but claimed some of the documents were forged in a clear attempt to minimise any damage. However, WikiLeaks has cast serious doubt on the Macron claim. They are checking the authencity of the documents and have so far been unable to find any inauthentic documents.
It is easy to see why the French elite want to suppress this information. The leaks purportedly reveal evidence that the neoliberal globalist candidate's campaign manager used bitcoin to purchase illegal drugs "pour le boss". The emails also provide evidence of Macron engaging in homosexual activity. The emails show that Macron is a member of a homosexual website, VestiareGay, an opt in site. The emails also show the bank Rothschild paid for parties. Leaked documents also show that Macron has a company in the Caymans apparently for the purpose of hiding assets and evading taxes.
It should hardly come as a surprise that the leaker of these documents has claimed that the French corporate media knew about Macron's scandalous behaviour, but chose to sit on the information.