That Bloomberg article you linked is just another attack on mainly RT and some on Sputnik, calling them fake news outlets, which is what RT continually calls the U.S. and E.U. MSMs. So, I decided to quickly take a look at the Bloomberg article:
Here's the first paragraph of the Bloomberg article:
As French centrist presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron began surging in polls recently, his campaign was hit by a report calling him a “U.S. agent” and hinting that he’s a homosexual who’s backed by a “very wealthy gay lobby.” The source? Sputnik, a news agency controlled by the Kremlin.
Reading the Sputnik article, I see that Sputnik is quoting a French Republican Party lawmaker, Nicolas Dhuicq. According to Sputnik, Dhuicq states that,
""Macron has been an investment banker at Rothschild bank. He's only had a professional career within the banking industry. Throughout his career, he has been acting as an agent of the big American banking system...Concerning his private life, it is becoming public as we speak… Macron is a guy who is called a chouchou, or a darling, of the French media, which is owned by only a few people, as we all know. Besides, one of the guys who backs him is famous businessman Pierre Berge, a business partner and long-time lover of Yves Saint Laurent, who is openly homosexual and advocates gay marriage. There is very wealthy gay lobby behind him. This says it all..."
So, there's nothing libelous in the Sputnik article; Sputnik is simply quoting a French lawmaker.
There's no sense wasting any more of my time with the Bloomberg article. From the first paragraph, it's obvious it's another "fake news" attampt by a U.S. MSM to discredit Russian-sponsored media outlets.
Better luck next time Vox.
Btw, here's the last paragraph of an article that contains an interesting analysis of Macron:
Emmanuel Macron – Rothschild’s Choice For President Of France -- Feb. 15, 2017 -- Originally appeared at Vzglyad; Appeared in Bulgarian at Memoriabg, translated by Valentina Tzoneva exclusively for SouthFront
Today the sociologists unanimously predict a victory for Macron in the presidential elections. By the way, the sociologists in the US elections likewise unanimously promised victory for Hillary Clinton. Regardless of what the fate of Macron will be, he remains a model of how the agreement between the financial capital and the leftist parties in Europe work as well as the fact that the presidents of France change regularly, but the people who propel them to the Elysee Palace remain the same.