Memes Erupted as French President Emmanuel Macron Got Slapped

An overwhelming majority in France is doomed with Macron’s political and religious stance and its impact on global arenas. Public Opinion shows that the popularity and trustworthiness of Emmanuel Macron are on a constant decline. According to official gallops, almost 60 % of the strata dislike President Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister Jean Castex. The shrilling evidence is the “slap” Macron received in public by the public. So how do the net pests would miss the opportunity to bring ear-to-ear smiles on Covid-feared people’s faces? So, they didn’t let this opportunity to make fun of him slide. Memes Erupted as French President Emmanuel Macron Got Slapped.

French President Emmanuel Macron was smacked in the face

It has happened during a public appearance on Tuesday. The news made global headlines and spread like wildfire on social media — and enticed puns gags.

President Macron’s past statements about freedom of speech have found him at odds with many Pakistanis, so it was unavoidable that they wouldn’t hold back to mock the evil president by their jokes or laughter

In case you haven’t seen it yet, here’s the loud slap. All in all, it was a very chastening moment for the French president and spread on social media in a jiffy.

Twitter awake immediately to produce the stuff to amuse social media users. Some people pointed out that this wasn’t the first time a French leader had been on the receiving end of an emphatic disenchantment from one of their citizens. People became enthralled all of the sudden for the slapper. Others felt the cracking sound of the slap was soothing. People felt the slap as a “healing therapy”, and a few called it a hurrah for making their day. but the slap is indeed the echoing reactions of the previously made malicious actions.

Memes Erupted as French President Emmanuel Macron Got Slapped

According to Al Jazeera,

“The slapper has been identified as Damien Tarel, a 28-year-old who reportedly subscribed to far-right YouTube channels. He is facing a maximum three-year prison sentence and a 45,000 Euro (Rs8.5 million) fine.”

It was undeniably a huge moment and perfectly rolling moment to feed the digital world.

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