If you are asking whether the statements of the French Republican Party lawmaker, Nicolas Dhuicq, as quoted by Sputnik, are true, that's for you to determine for yourself.
I am going to assume that Sputnik actually spoke with Dhuicq; and, quoted him correctly. In that case, the question becomes whether Dhuicq's statements are true.
Whether Macron is gay, or whether he is funded by a "very wealthy gay lobby" is of no interest to me. That's life; and, political campaign funding.
But, your Bloomberg article's Sputnik link takes me merely to the Sputnik home page. It doesn't take me directly to the Sputnik report that is being criticized. I had to hunt down that report.
Therefore, I believe Bloomberg didn't really want me to read the full Sputnik report, where, if I were a French working-class citizen/voter, I would definitely be interested in whether Macron's a member of France's elite; and, whether he is a tool of Wall Street. To that effect, I don't see that the Bloomberg article has refuted those statements, let alone even addressed them. On the contrary, the Bloomberg article doesn't even bother to mention the fact that Sputnik is allegedly quoting a French lawmaker.
Therefore, I believe the Bloomberg article included that first paragraph as an incitement for readers to think negatively regarding Sputnik. So, this first paragraph is pure anti-Sputnik, anti-Russian propaganda, aka "fake news", which is the tactic being used by the MSMs to discredit Sputnik, RT, and other non-MSM online media outlets that don't peddle the MSMs' drivel.