Macron’s “Female Wife” Suing Rando French Blogger for Calling Him Out as a Man

Previously: Queen Candace Goes All-In on Macron Tranny Wife Theory

It looks like the truth is finally going to come out about this dude, as he’s actually suing someone for calling him out for faking being a woman.

Actually, I would assume that the truth is not going to come out, because if it was, he wouldn’t be suing this person. They are probably going to present fake DNA test results and all sorts of other false documentation.

Regardless, the fact of the lawsuit proves he’s a man. They know this claim that “Brigitte Macron” is a woman is on its last legs, as the whole world is becoming very angry about the hoax, so they are setting up a fake court case to try to silence critics.

This is the second time he’s sued this blogger, or it’s an extension of the first case (I don’t understand how the French court system works).

As the old saying goes: methinks this dude doth protest too much.

New York Post:

France’s elegant first lady, Brigitte Macron, is about to take the extraordinary step of going to trial in a Paris court to fight a conspiracy theory — amplified last month by American conservative commentator Candace Owens — that she was born a man.

Brigitte, 70, has long been the subject of fascination because of her marriage to the much younger Emmanuel Macron, 46. The two met in northern France when he was a 15-year-old student and she was his drama teacher, and wed in 2007.

But now wild claims, made by two female French Internet influencers, that she was actually born Jean-Michel Trogneux and became a trans woman in the 1980s have electrified France.

The French scornfully call it part of the burgeoning “complosphère,” or world of conspiracy theories.

It’s a good word, actually.

I might name my son that.

Mme. Macron’s libel trial is set for June, where she will face off against the right-wing accuser and freelance journalist Natacha Rey, who hides behind avatars to push rumors that powerful members of the French establishment are hiding Brigitte’s true identity.

Natacha Rey: This poor woman is literally just a rando, one of millions of French calling this dude out. They picked her at random just to make an example.

Emmanuel Macron has angrily hit back at the rumors, calling them “false and fabricated.”

He was unusually candid and emotional about the ongoing speculation about his wife, whom he married in 2007.

“The worst thing is the false information and fabricated scenarios,” Macron said at an International Women’s Day event in Paris in February after he guaranteed the right to abortion in France’s Constitution.

“People eventually believe them and disturb you, even in your intimacy.”

Translation: “When my wife has her dick in my ass, I am haunted by the fact people think she’s a man.”

The bizarre saga began back in December 2021 when Rey, 49, a self-described freelance journalist and Amandine Roy, 53, who calls herself a clairvoyant, made a now-deleted YouTube video as part of Roy’s online show “Mediumsation,” in which they claimed that Brigitte was born as a baby boy called Jean-Michel Trogneux in 1953.

Trogneux is Brigitte’s maiden name, and Jean-Michel is her older brother.

The conspiracy theory first surfaced in an article written by Rey in the far-right French magazine “Faits et Documents” after Macron was first elected president of France in 2017.

The women also alleged that Brigitte Macron’s first husband, André-Louis Auzière, had never actually existed. The two, who were married from 1974 to 2006, shared three children: daughters Tiphaine, 40, and Laurence, 47, and son Sébastien, 49. Auzière passed away in 2019 at age 68.

Bullshit they did.

I don’t believe that at all.

It’s all forged documents.

Rey claimed that and uncle of André-Louis, Jean-Louis Auzière, forged administrative documents to hide that his wife had given birth to all of Brigitte’s three children.

Last summer, a judge in Normandy found Rey and Roy guilty of libel. Both Brigitte and her brother have brought separate suits against the women. Following appeals, Roy was fined the equivalent of just under $1,000 and Rey had to pay about $500.

Yes, this is a double lawsuit. Apparently, Madam Macron wants more money. He probably lost all his money betting on UFC, as is the case with most men with penises.

This is the same thing they did to Alex Jones when he called out the Sandy Hoaxsters. I’ve also heard of various other people being sued for things they’ve said about powerful people, including some very intelligent and handsome people.

When the people in power have a big hoax that is coming unglued, and they can’t just put you in prison for saying it, they bring in these civil courts, because apparently, anything can happen in a civil court.

If they can just put you in prison, they will, but with some of this speech stuff, it would be too ridiculous.

The basic fact is that you have a right to criticize powerful people in a Western liberal system. They tell you that you have this right. You would have to have this right for the system to work as they claim it is supposed to work. In practice, however, you do not have this right. They have all kinds of “hate speech” protections in Europe (and now in America as well, apparently), they have all of this censorship, and if your speech doesn’t fall into one of those categories, they sue you.

No one is going to believe that Madam Macron is a woman just because some monkey court said they have a DNA test. However, if this woman who called the dude out gets hit with hundreds of thousands of euros in fines, no one will say it in public anymore.

It’s the same thing with Sandy Hoax. No one believes that shit. But no one will say it, because the US government “made it illegal without making it illegal.”

Alex Jones got a billion dollar judgement just for saying that shit was fake. These people said “freedom of speech doesn’t mean freedom from consequences.” But why wouldn’t that apply to imprisoning people for speech, if it applies to charging them a billion dollars? “Freedom of speech doesn’t mean freedom from consequences – the consequence is you have to go to prison”?

As far as “consequences” go, most people would rather do a few months in prison than pay $1 billion.

What we mean to say is: these types of lawsuits against protected political speech prove, yet again, that the system is totally fake. They tell you you have these various freedoms, and then all of a sudden they’re like “whoops, sorry – actually, no.”