The piquetero leader Juan Grabois said this Friday that the elected president Javier Milei He called her to show solidarity after being scolded while having coffee with his father in Palermo, and gave details of what the libertarian told him.
“He called me Milei, that’s the truth have the right attitude“said the former presidential candidate for Unión por la Patria.
After describing Milei as “a dogmatist in his ideology, a fanatic in his way of thinking,” Grabois asserted that he “His call seemed sincere“.
“He called me to show solidarity, to say”what’s going on, I’m against thingsit seems bad to me,'” revealed the social leader in an interview with Radio 10.
In those lines, he insisted: “It seems sincere to me.”
Grabois was having coffee with his father in a bar in Palermo when a man approached him and insulted him, accusing him of being “one of the managers of poverty” in the country.
In the midst of this brutal situation, Grabois’ father stood up and insulted the man, and the piquetero leader tried to calm him down. Grabois himself said in the interview after the incident that the man followed him and insulted him causing him to react and chase him away to stop it.
The talks with Milei and the warning for Villarruel
Grabois also said that he had “two or three talks” with the libertarian leader after a debate they participated in Perfil and that in one of the conversations. he was admonished by his vice Victoria Villarruel.
“I spoke two or three times and one time I remember I told him, protect your friends more than your enemies,” said Grabois before considering “another good sign” Villarruel no longer in Security and Defense, which are the areas they should have managed according to their progress in the campaign.
He continued his criticism of the elected vice president and fell into a conspiracy theory to remain the head of state: “What is always clear to me is that the vice president, the truth, is that he can put some. strange -an dust in his tea because he wants to take over and the military party will take over,” he said.
Under cross-examination, Grabois said he was “convinced” of that. “This is the lifelong vocation of soldiers,” he insisted.
More criticism from Grabois to Alberto Fernández
Grabois, who days ago published a harsh letter against Alberto Fernández for saying that poverty is not well measured in the country and demanding that he ask for “forgiveness”, insisted this Friday with criticism and said that “he lives in Narnia.”
“There is a dissociation between the climate of power and the reality that is very strong. The children invented another phrase which is ‘they live in Narnia,'” said Grabois.
In this line of questioning, he said that his government was “a big failure”: “In a Peronist government, which increased the domestic product, with a relatively positive rate of activity, you have more poverty to destitution, without eating, you must recognize that your distribution policy is not popular,” he said.