The wife of the French leader was born a husband? The creators of the liars know when the sex was “changed.”

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Records that call into question Macron’s 68-year-old gender identity have been roaming social media since the spring. Recently, the distribution of liars has become much more active.

Therefore, it will be announced without delay went to court on the dissemination of false information.

These records explain that the first lady in France, whose maiden name was Trogneux, was actually born a man and was named Jean Michel.

At first, the rumors spread quite quietly. It seems that the flow of false information about Macron started in March on the far-right Facebook user account. The self-proclaimed journalist Natacha Rey spreads conspiracy theories here and zealously criticizes the “health dictatorship.”

According to N.Rey, a huge conspiracy was set up to hide the first lady’s past. As if that were not enough, information was spread that accusations of pedophilia had been concealed.

Another Facebook user who caught this liar added that Macron was a “satanist, pedophile, transgender.” This echoes the US birth conspiracy theory Qanonthat, among other things, the world is secretly ruled by a pedophile elite.

Lying about a woman’s gender reappeared in mid-October when Faits & Documents appeared article about Brigitte Macron’s secret. It can be read for a fee of EUR 40.

The publication was founded a quarter of a century ago by Emmanuel Ratier, a far-right spokesman who was heavily praised in 2015 by another radical right, former presidential candidate Jean Marie Le Pen. The same name appears here – Natacha Rey.

Found out the look?

On November 1, the seemingly quite trusted account (with 531 followers) appeared on Twitter. grotažymė #JeanMichelTrogneux. In this account “Journal De La Macronie” the French leader is strongly criticized.

Screenshot from Twitter / Social media spreads lying that Brigitte Macro was born a man

It’s been playing for almost a month remained poorly observed (for example, only 35 records appeared with her on December 6), but after three weeks, that number jumped to 13,000.

According to the data analysis tool InVid We Verify, about 70,000 records have already been shared with this player. times, they were “loved” by about 180 thousand. together. True, these posts can be shared not only by those who believe in it or dislike Macron, but also by those who resent this lie.

Those who share records of France’s first lady have a few things in common: mostly not only lovers of various conspiracy theories, but also far-right, COVID-19 skeptics, vaccine opponents, transphobes.

Screenshot  from Twitter / Social media spreads lying that Brigitte Macro was born a man

Screenshot from Twitter / Social media spreads lying that Brigitte Macro was born a man

The records not only mention that Macron was born as a boy and her alleged former name. Such comments are illustrated family photos, memais as Jean Michel allegedly turned into Brigitte or that Macron is more like a woman and his wife is more like a man, as well as copies of documents allegedly confirming gender reassignment.

On December 10, the said N.Rey gave interviews about this story. The conversation lasted almost 4 hours. It was soon removed, but the record was previously reviewed by 470,000. together.

N.Rey, who carefully hides his face, explained after performing a biometric analysis, still some research and has a lot of evidence to support its theory.

Reuters / Scanpix Photo / Emmanuel Macron with wife Brigitte Trogneux

Reuters / Scanpix Photo / Emmanuel Macron with wife Brigitte Trogneux

Various “proofs” are mentioned in Twitter posts that Macron’s figure is too sporty, her posture is masculine, and her lush hairstyle looks “too good” for her age. However, it is not mentioned that in his youth the woman was active in sports, most likely she still visits the gym.

He has three children

The internet even roams an entry with more detailed explanations, that “traces of Jean-Michel Henri Trogneux / Brigitte were discovered in Toulon (southeastern France, on the Mediterranean coast – ed. at the end of

The post shows two photos: one with a boy and one with “he as a teacher” on the right.

Those who shared the record began urging Macron’s ex-husband to be found and asked to unravel the story, but that was no longer possible. Journalists tried to do it last fall, but learned that Andre Louis Auziere died in December 2019. The former financier spent the last years of his life extremely avoiding publicity.

Vida Press nuotr./Brigitte Trogneux

Vida Press nuotr./Brigitte Trogneux

Brigitte Marie-Claude Trogneux was born in 1953. April 13 Amiens in the north of France. She was the youngest of six children born to Simone and Jean, the owners of the chocolate Chocolaterie Trogneux. The chocolate, founded in 1872, still operates today, only known as Jean Trogneux.

The woman was probably named even before Macron even won the election the most unusual first lady in France. Many were impressed not only by the fact that she was older than her spouse, but also by the age difference – even 24 years.

Even more surprising was their love story: the couple met at a school where the future president (then a teenager) was studying, and Brigitte (already married) taught literature and led a drama club.

AFP / Scanpix Photo / Emmanuel Macron and wife Brigitte Trogneux

AFP / Scanpix Photo / Emmanuel Macron and wife Brigitte Trogneux

They became a couple when Macron turned 18. The woman left her husband because of him, with whom she had three children: Sebastien, Laurence, and Tiphaine, who later became an engineer, cardiologist, and lawyer.

By the way, this is not the first time that the Macron family has been targeted by liars. A good three years ago, a book was published that the president had had a homosexual relationship. This book was an unauthorized biography he wrote Michele Marchand, owner of the celebrity photo agency Bestimage and public relations adviser to the president and his wife.

The publication was prepared in 15 minutes in collaboration with Facebook, which aims to stop the spread of misleading news on the social network. More about the program and its rules – here.


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