America isn’t the only country with patriots fighting to take back their rights, liberties, and values.
Even in the darkest corners of the European Union, there are conservatives unwilling to accept a globalist agenda.
And, in a surprising upset, these voters struck a major win–and elected their first female prime minister.
The coalition led by Giorgia Meloni’s Brothers of Italy (FdI) party won Italy’s election on Sunday, meaning the country’s first national-conservative government is set to take power. Additionally, the victory is set to make Meloni the first female prime minister in Italian history…
Meloni’s conservative alliance also looks that it will now control both houses: the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate.
Giorgia Meloni is the leader of a movement that is pushing back against the EU’s pro-mass migration, socialist, globalist agenda.
A speech by Meloni from 2020 reveals why she is so passionate about putting her country ahead of the EU.
During the speech, she slammed communism and the current “new international regime.”
She praised Presidents Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump. She honored values like faith, family, and country.
The globalist elitists are panicking right now. They hate Meloni and her collation, calling them “fascist” (big surprise) and a danger to Europe.
Mostly because under her leadership, Italy won’t bow to the EU’s attempts at destroying a free Europe.
She will actually put her people and their values first, instead of the agenda of bureaucrats who don’t care about Italians.
This election shakes up Europe in more ways than you think. Every time a populist is elected, more countries begin to stir.
It might not be long before others join nations like Poland, Hungary, and Italy in electing leaders who put their nations first.
We might see more countries break from the EU and fight for traditional values.
- Italy shook up Europe by electing its first female, conservative prime minister.
- Giorgia Meloni is an anti-communist, anti-globalist, populist leader.
- European Union leaders are outraged that the country elected a conservative collation.