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October 14, 2018

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DAILYKENN.com -- Allies of Germany's moonbat Chancellor, Angela Merkel, suffered a historic trouncing in Sunday's Bavarian elections. 

It was the worst since 1950. 

Filling the vacuum, however, was the far-left Green Party that, by some accounts, is more loony than Merkel's coalition. 

Merkel’s Christian Democrats (CDU) do not compete with its coalition party, The Christian Social Union (CSU), in Bavaria.

The Christian Social Union (CSU) garnered more votes than other parties, but fell far short of previous support, so much so that the party must now form a coalition to remain in control in Bavaria. 

The Green Party, led by far-left moonbat Katharina Schulze, made the greatest gains. Schulze earlier railed against old white men for opposing the Islamic invasion of Germany. 

The patriot party, AfD, came in fourth place. 

Bavaria is a state in southern Germany. 

From telegraph.co.uk ▼

Angela Merkel’s Bavarian allies became the latest European party to be caught up in the political upheaval sweeping the continent as they suffered historic losses in regional elections on Sunday. 

The Christian Social Union (CSU), which has ruled Bavaria for more than 60 years, recorded its worst result since 1950 and will be forced to find a coalition partner if it is to remain in power.

But for once it was not the populist Right that inflicted the heaviest wounds, but the centre-Left in the form of the Green Party which more than doubled its vote. 

The results will send shockwaves through Mrs Merkel’s already fragile coalition government, and add to growing calls within her own party for the veteran chancellor to stand down.

But it was also a disappointing night for the nationalist Alternative for Germany party (AfD), who had hoped to make their first major inroads in a west German state, but could only manage fourth place.

“This is not an easy day for the CSU. This is a painful result,” Markus Söder, the party’s regional leader said. “We have to learn the lessons of this result.”



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