EXPOSED: France’s Macron said to have offshore accounts, failed to pay TAXES

Saturday, May 06, 2017 by

France’s Left-leaning presidential contender, Emmanuel Macron, was accused in recent weeks of being a tax cheat, allegations that he has consistently denied. But now, based on new evidence, it seems he wasn’t being honest.

As reported by The Gateway Pundit, new documents published online by an anonymous source at Anon on /pol/ (the 4Chan threat that also recently unmasked the real fascist organization Antifa, among other revelations) has now uploaded alleged proof that Macron has been evading the French tax collectors.

“Now, new documents prove he lied about – almost – everything,” The Gateway Pundit reported.

The documents published online show Macron’s involvement with a company called La Provicence LLC, with his signature affixed to an operating agreement. A banking associate, Brian Hydes, is located in the Cayman Islands, home to many offshore accounts that principles would rather not be discovered. (RELATED: Witch Hunt: Le Pen’s Chief Of Staff, Bodyguard Detained By Police)

“The first image from 4Chan” appears to show that “Macron is hiding income/assets in the Cayman Islands,” said The Gateway Pundit. A second image promises that more details about Macron’s financial dealings are on the way.

Meanwhile, Macron is in a very high-profile race against Marine Le Pen, a Right-leaning populist candidate whom many see as France’s female version of President Donald J. Trump.

Recent polling has Macron up by as much as 24 percent, but these revelations may damage his ability to be elected.

The press, which has been largely friendly to the Left-wing Macron, is continuing to repeat his denial that he has no accounts in the Bahamas, refuting earlier charges.

He’s right – apparently the accounts are in the Caymans.

“Not only did /pol/ find out where his accounts were, but the extent of money he has hidden from the French government – a massive amount,” The Gateway Pundit reported.

More information and document analysis is located at, which purports that the documents posted online are genuine.

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for and, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.



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