For Javier Milei, going to vote on a law in Congress is like watching a Sacachispas game. That strange metaphor was used by the deputy of La Libertad Avanza when asked by a journalist, who asked him why he decided to leave the Chamber of Deputies and travel to Colombia to support the far-right candidate Rololfo Hernández, who lost the ballot to Gustavo Petro.

“I understand the smallness of the local discussion of watching the Sacachispas game. I’m watching a bigger game,” he said, trying to justify his tour financed by the Solidarity Social Research Institute, a strange virtual study center created in 2019, which is presented as an academic space for those who want to “train to be able to defend the freedoms and tradition of the West that we have received as a result of Roman law, Greek philosophy and the light of the Gospel”. At that time, Congress approved tax relief for 4.5 million monotributistas and autonomous.

The Soldati club’s response was not long in coming. “How are you going to watch a Saca game, if with that wig it shows that you never stepped foot on Soldati?”, answered, via Twitter, the club that plays in the First National B.

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It is not the first time that Sacachispas has been involved in national political issues. Months ago, The Villa Soldati entity responded with humor to a senseless aggression by former President Mauricio Macri, that in one of his already classic soccer metaphors he used the club to attack the national government.

In February Macri had held an interview with the former governor of the province of Buenos Aires María Eugenia Vidal through Instagram, in which he was dispatched at ease on different political issues. One of the points to which Macri referred was to the foreign policy of the Government of Alberto Fernández, which he described as “very harmful for the country” and “incomprehensible for the world”.

During his speech, Macri appealed to his usual soccer metaphors and it was when he involved Sacachispas in a derogatory manner to attack the Government. “Now it’s like Sacachispas wants to tell FIFA how to organize a World Cup,” compared the former president.

It was then that the Soldati club, which is going through the best moment in its history after achieving promotion at the end of last year, answered him through its social networks. “Mauri, with the money you skated from the Fund we would have done the World Cup in Soldati and at night”, Sacachispas published on his Twitter account, referring to the 45 billion dollar loan that the Macri government received from the International Monetary Fund.

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