Let’s talk about the first idiot controversy of the day“. That’s how forceful it started Risto Mejide this Thursday, September 22, ‘Everything is a lie’. The presenter, who is even considering starting a section for this type of matter, could not hide his indignation at the stir generated by the words of Irene Montero in the Equality Commission of Congress, where he defended the right of children to receive quality sex education.

The program first collected a fragment of the statements in question, offering the context to Cuatro’s audience: “To talk about sex education, which is a right of boys and girls, regardless of who their families are. because all the boys, girls, children in this country have the right to know their own body, to know that no adult can touch their body if they don’t want to. That is a form of violence. […] They have the right to know that they can love or have sexual relations with whoever they want, based, yes, on consent.”

Risto, in ‘Everything is a lie’. (Four)

“What do you think? A very fat woman has gotten involved with this, a lot,” the presenter added after the video, looking very seriously at the camera. He himself offered the answer to his question: “To us, who are little suspected of having excellent relations with Podemos, we are outraged that there are people who are outraged by these words, or at least I am outraged“.

Photo: Risto, in 'Everything is a lie'.  (Four)
Risto Mejide stands out from the rest of the presenters with an acid criticism of his mourning

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As he spoke, the communicator seemed to grow even more annoyed with the controversy, raising his tone: “You have to have a pretty dirty look at life to see in these words a defense of pederasty and not a defense of healthy sexual education,” he emphatically stressed.

“Today the Minister of Equality was defending sexual education for children as a way to avoid sexual abuse in the future, from the age of 16, of course, of course, because it is the age of consent in our country. Likewise , this, that seems so obvious, we have to go out and explain it because some of the media have come out in a rush to ask for her resignation, watch out, twisting the minister’s words. There is Vox, who never fails, always signs up, but also Inés Arrimadas. We, honestly, from here we describe it as what it is, as idiotic”, he sentenced, thus shelving the matter without admitting even a minimum debate or comment on the program table. Despite being one of the hottest topics of the day, the publicist did not want to give fuel to the controversy.

Let’s talk about the first idiot controversy of the day“. That’s how forceful it started Risto Mejide this Thursday, September 22, ‘Everything is a lie’. The presenter, who is even considering starting a section for this type of matter, could not hide his indignation at the stir generated by the words of Irene Montero in the Equality Commission of Congress, where he defended the right of children to receive quality sex education.

Source: Elconfidencial

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