The tweets of the Vox candidate for the Presidency of the Board, Juan García-Gallardo Frings, who have unleashed the controversy in the last hours do not seem to be the only ones among the ranks of the party, after analyzing the social networks of their colleagues in Castilla y León and observing messages of a similar homophobic and racist nature.
Specifically, on the Twitter profile of David iron, head of the Vox list for Palencia, has published comments that do not leave anyone indifferent, as we show them below.
In one of them, published in 2018, referring to former Minister Máxim Huerta with a tweet in which he indicates “What does Maxim say, what a fagot the last one …”. In a more recent one, he wondered: “A gay who defines himself as ‘MaricOn’ is homophobia?“
Just a few hours ago he wrote: “No wonder they call a 20-year-old boy a racist for saying that the Jamaican next to him sings the well … Just think that we are getting used to the fact that the Spanish media identify as “young” the herds of ore who rape or assault a girl”.
After knowing the candidacy for the Junta de Castilla y León of García-Gallardo Frings and the consequent criticism for the publications on social networks that he hastened to delete, David Hierro has come out in defense of his partner in several tweets, which he describes as “ crack ”, and retweets in support of Burgos. In one of them he states: “Let’s see if you are going to be scandalized because Juan García-Gallardo I said “mariquita” 10 years ago and you think it’s so good that Mañueco says that Almudena Grandes deserves honors”.
Just a few hours ago I was grateful for the trust of Vox and Santiago Abascal to head the candidacy of Palencia and “To be able to bring hope back to our land, so abandoned by some and by others dozens of years in the different governments ”. A stage that he faces “with great enthusiasm and great responsibility”, as he has expressed.
Hierro currently works in the VOX parliamentary group in the Cortes of Castilla y León and is responsible for communication of the training in the province of Palencia. Graduated in History, he has developed his professional activity in the areas of development of cultural heritage, teaching, museums and commerce.