Pedro Sánchez is afraid of the boos expected to happen, like every year, against him before and after today’s military parade, National Day, before Columbus Day, then the Hispanic Heritage Day and the upcoming Puchi Day . Victorious or something. “If they hiss me at 12-O it’s because of you,” he told Alberto Nuñez Feijóo in their recent disagreement, to which the Galician replied completely surprised: “You can’t tell me seriously.” It’s clear that despite everything he’s been through, he still doesn’t know who he’s gambling with, a man who can blame a black hole in our galaxy for all the evils that can afflict him, and doesn’t study the astronomy.
But this is taken for granted. What is new and original is that He has just created “preventive guilt”, it is not known whether Cándido Conde Pumpido or Fernando Grande-Marlaska advised him. So we now have sin expected, guessed, prophesied, prophesied, foreshadowed, prophesied, suspected, etc.
Sanchista’s new tactic seems to be based on an updated and political version of “putting a bandage before the wound.” Bright. I look forward to what we will hear from him in the coming days: “It’s a shame that Yolanda Día knows more about the Amnesty Law than I do, Alberto.” “It would be a sin for Puigdemont to be angry and not vote for me, Alberto.” “You are to blame for the nationalists who left the state treasury reeling, Alberto.” “You’re to blame for the fact that people are finally asking to replace us with ChatGPT, Alberto.” “You are to blame for the fact that pregnant women keep showing up because of Bertín Osborne, Alberto.”
Definitely: “Everything will be your fault, Alberto, and I, and not Yoli, the Immaculate Conception. “You will be informed.”