French politician who almost became president says COVID “vaccine” nearly killed him
By Ethan Huff // Oct 12, 2022

Former French presidential candidate Jean Lassalle recently told NTD that Emmanuel Macron and other members of the French parliament are lying about their Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "vaccination" status.

The accusation is that Macron and the others never got jabbed but continue to tell the world that they did – which is hardly a shock. Lassalle also said that he did, in fact, really get jabbed himself last year and that it nearly killed him.

"I got the Johnson (& Johnson) vaccine that almost killed me, that warped my heart," said Lassalle, who represented the 4th constituency of the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department in the National Assembly from 2002 to June 21, 2022.

"I have had four surgeries since January 3rd of this year. And then there, it is in the Ambroise Paré clinic that the surgeon who trained with another one in the besides, succeeded in putting me the auricles in place, except to make them function normally," he added in a rough English translation – you get the point.

"Otherwise, I would certainly be dead."

COVID jabs are the biggest hoax perpetrated on the world, perhaps ever

When asked by NTD reporter Ying Huang why he agreed to take the COVID shot in the first place, Lassalle responded that he was just doing his job and believed that all of his fellow politicians, including Macron, did it as well because they all claimed they did.

"Because I was an MP and I didn't want to give the feeling that I wasn't doing my job," is what Lassalle said.

"But I did not know that Emmanuel Macron was not vaccinated. I did not know that most of the government members were not, and I did not know, as many of my fellow MPs were not either. I wanted to set an example."

Around that time, Macron, Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom and other puppet figure heads would not shut up about the alleged merits of getting injected for the Fauci Flu. They were aggressively pushing the world to get jabbed at warp speed, and many obeyed.

"I got sick and I said so during the election campaign, nobody listened and they wanted to silence me," Lassalle further said – watch the video below:

As you may recall from earlier in the year, Macron bragged on television about how he was proudly hoping to "piss off" the unvaccinated in France by making their lives as miserable as possible.

"And we're going to continue doing so until the end. That's the strategy," Macron told Le Parisien reporters at the time.

"I won't send (the unvaccinated) to prison, I won't vaccinate by force. So we need to tell them, from January 15, you won't be able to go to the restaurant anymore, you won't be able to down one, won't be able to have a coffee, go to the theatre, the cinema."

It turns out that Macron may very well be one of the unvaccinated if Lassalle's account merits any truth. It makes sense, and many skeptics have wondered if Macron, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Rochelle Walensky, and the many other politicians out there who claim they got injected really did.

"Pure blood may be on the stock market someday," one commenter wrote.

The COVID scamdemic is long over, but not to the politicians who are still trying to push it. To keep up with the latest, visit

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