Abascal: "The Government resembles a party of outlaws, bandits, incompetents and traitors"

The president of Vox, Santiago Abascal, has supported this Saturday its candidate for the elections in Castilla y León, Juan García-Gallardo, and has attacked the Government of Pedro Sánchez, highlighting that it is neither “national” nor is it “Government” and that “it is more like a strange party of outlaws, frivolous, bandits, incompetent and traitors who have turned the Congress of Deputies and the institutions into a Persian market».

Abascal has also accused the Popular Party of looking “more and more like the PSOE” and even “being the B side of socialism.” He has even come to describe the president of Castilla y León, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, as “progressive”, who considers that he has become “the best employee Pedro Sánchez could imagine.”

The president of Vox has also attacked political spending on “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.

Young people, he said, “are insulted by the Government 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”.

Abascal has also referred to the Minister of Consumption, Alberto Garzón, and has described his statements in The Guardian as an “insult” to ranchers who are trying to “destroy their future through their own government.”

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Regarding the controversy with his candidate, from which several tweets were spread that he ended up deleting from his personal account, Abascal has described them as “some bad jokes written by a young man when he was not even 20 years old.”

«There is no better formula than presenting a young candidate who has the ambition to work and die where he has lived. There in the land of their parents, “he added.

According to Abascal, García-Gallardo represents a generation “that is condemned to exile from its own land.”

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