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French presidential candidate Eric Zemmour of the new populist nationalist anti-immigration Reconquest Party has pledged to deport one million migrants within five years if he is elected President.  He will establish a Ministry of Remigration in his cabinet to carry out that pledge.

Zemmour is one of only four candidates in the race who has been running in double digits, and any two of the four could end up in the runoff.  The other three are Marine LePen of the populist nationalist anti-immigration National Rally, incumbent president Macron, and the leader of the traditional conservative Republicains.

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( March 24th, 2022 @ 11:20 am )
America needs politicians willing to step up to the plate and start mass deportations of illegal aliens, like President Eisenhower's "Operation Wetback." France would be well served to send Zemmour and LePen into the runoff for president. Both will kick ass and take takes when it comes to illegal alien migrants.

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