The Sánchez government continues to advocate absurd, political and totalitarian measures that lead the Spanish to misery and ruin. Faced with this, the Spanish will take to the streets.
Santiago Abascal assured this Thursday that if Sánchez decreed an illegal state of alarm again, we Spaniards would take to the streets to protest against the Executive, more concerned with imposing their political agenda than for the social and economic well-being of the Spanish.
“If the tyrant Sánchez returns to decree an illegal state of alarm, we will convene on Monday 12-O, in all cities and towns, a new caravan for freedom, against death and the ruin that Sánchez brings. They are a mafia and the Spaniards are not going to be imprisoned again»He published on his Twitter profile, emulating the caravans of freedom that, months ago, filled every corner of Spain. «The Spanish people have already stopped a coup by taking to the streets. He will do it again if necessary, "he said.
This Friday, before the immovable predisposition of the Government, the leader of VOX, Santiago Abascal, has announced on his Twitter profile that the Spanish will again take to the streets to protest against the arbitrariness and incompetent management of Sánchez: «On the street! This government is killing us with its incompetence against the virus and is ruining us with its totalitarian and absurd measures. On Monday let's force the gangsters to resign. By car and with the flag of freedom, that of Spain.
The Government of Sánchez has condemned the Spanish to ruin and misery, positioning ourselves as one of the countries hardest hit by the economic crisis, curtailing the activity of hoteliers, limiting the workforce of millions of people, lowering GDP to historical levels or placing youth unemployment at the top of the table, well ahead of the neighboring countries.
ON THE STREET!
This government is killing us with its incompetence against the virus and is ruining us with its totalitarian and absurd measures.
On Monday let's force the gangsters to resign.
– Santiago Abascal 🇪🇸 (@Santi_ABASCAL) October 9, 2020