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Marine Le Pen Smacks Down Reporter: ‘No One Trusts the Media’

by Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars:

A fascinating exchange in which French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen informs a reporter that no one trusts the media highlights how incredibly disconnected from reality the establishment press really is.

The reporter tells Le Pen her advice that people “turn away from the traditional media, (and) go and find news on the Internet” is “dangerous”.

Le Pen looks bemused, asking, “why?”

The reporter responds by stating, “On the Internet, you can find conspiracy theories, all types of things, it’s not necessarily verified information.”

The reporter then accuses her of ‘inciting’ people to “find information” on the Internet “about things that weren’t verified”.

“It could never be worse than what you guys are saying or what you write in the traditional newspapers,” responds Le Pen.

The reporter then accuses the National Front leader of acting like Trump in trying to undermine the media as a campaign tool.

“Madame, French people have no confidence in the media whatsoever, are you aware of that, or not?” asks Le Pen.

The exchange once again highlights how the mainstream media is completely out of touch with reality.

These people still think that they have absolute credibility when in reality trust in the establishment press is lower than at any time in recent history.

The latest polls show that Le Pen has pulled ahead of establishment candidate Emmanuel Macron with 26.5% of the vote compared with 25% for Macron.

The first round of the French presidential election takes place on April 23, with the second round to follow on May 7.

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