The renowned writer, Marcelo Birmajer, no words were spared to criticize the president’s management, Alberto Fernandez, and of Front of All. In a long interview, he questioned the head of state for closing the schools and by the extension of the quarantine. In addition, he called the government “mediocrity and feud“With a differentiation to the vice president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.
“Alberto has not made presidential decisions, foreign policy was marked by Kirchnerism,” began Birmajer on LN +. In this context, he affirmed that he is associated with the “Castro, Nicaraguan and Chavista dictatorship.” On the economic side, he argued that they will not let the Minister of the Economy Marín Guzmán establish his measures or programs. “We don’t know what he would do if he could. Not even he has a plan and if he knew about it, they wouldn’t let him do it, “he said.
In this context, he ironically stated that “the only thing he did autonomously was the Olivos festichola. It is clear that Alberto does not make decisions ”. In the same way, he described the governments of Alberto Fernández and Cristina Kirchner as counterproductive. “It is not only that they are accomplices of those who robbed but that they worked so that Argentines cannot work or go to school,” he completed indignantly.
Bermajer affirmed that regardless of the November result, the opposition has an extraordinary impulse that despite the captivity and the gift, the people have voted for freedom. “The things that this government does wrong are solved with common sense. Between the mediocrity of Alberto Fernández and the fiefdom project of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner ”, he launched.
Finally, he targeted the former Minister of Health, Ginés González García for the VIP vaccination and called him a “criminal” and “scoundrel.” “Ginés who vaccinates his friends what a hero he is. Gollan along with Vizzotti were the ones who did not bring the Pfizer vaccine ”, he continued in health matters. Finally, he lashed out at Daniel Gollan: “This mercenary comes with the excuse that someone told him. A politician says he thinks about it ”, he concluded.