Abascal on García-Gallardo's tweets: "They were bad jokes written by a teenager"

Santiago Abascal has come out to show his face for the tweets of Juan Garcia-Gallardo Frings, candidate for the presidency of the Castilla and leon meeting, in which comments with homophobic overtones could be read, and he has said that they were “some bad jokes written by a young man when he was not yet 20 years old”, criticizing “the government’s lackey media” for spending more time on tweets «That to denounce the tributes to ETA».

The president of Vox has also focused on political spending, in relation to “political parties, unions, subsidies to ideological NGOs”, and has asked himself: “How much money from your taxes goes for all that and how much is left for what is truly important, we do not want more closed health centers and no more old roads or poor services ».

Regarding young people, Abascal has pointed out that “the government insults them by telling them that they are going to give money to video games”, when they have other concerns such as “having a house or starting a family” and what they aspire to is “to be able to buy a pet.

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