The headlines tell the news story—a fake news story. As one headline put it, Italy has just elected “Italy’s most far-right prime minister since Mussolini….”
Another headline read, “Italy’s neofascist about-to-be-prime minister, Giorgia Meloni….”
The New York Times displayed, “Giorgia Meloni’s Hard-Right Party Leads in Italy’s Voting….”
And DemocracyNow reported, “Fascism Returns in Italy: Giorgia Meloni Claims Victory.”
Objective Reuters piled on, describing, “The result is the latest success for the right in Europe after a breakthrough for the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats in an election this month and advances made by the National Rally in France in June” [emphasis added].
What is it Meloni and her voters believe that has the Left locked on full freakout? During her victory speech, Meloni spoke against the radical leftist-dominated European Union, essentially saying that if the Brits can do it (leave the EU), so can Italy. She has the audacity to believe Italians should run Italy, not the EU.
It’s telling the Left seems uninspired by Meloni becoming Italy’s first female prime minister, deriding her “fascist” agenda.
Spanish conservative leader, Santiago Abascal, tweeted, @GiorgiaMeloni “has shown the way for a proud and free Europe of sovereign nations that can cooperate on behalf of everybody’s security and prosperity.”
In the U.S., Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) called Meloni’s win “spectacular.”
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