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From "Kill them" to "We can is worse than the coronavirus": Ayuso's seven great outbursts against the opposition


The Madrid president exhibits a brusque tone in the Madrid Parliament, especially against Más Madrid and UP

Was this Thursday another day in the Madrid Assembly full of scuffles?

This Thursday was another day in the Assembly full of scuffles.

The usual clashes between the parties in plenary sessions continued their particular escalation.

There is never a lack of ETA, Venezuela, Bildu or Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya in the Madrid Assembly.

No personal attacks either.

During the two legislatures in which Isabel Díaz Ayuso has been president of the Community of Madrid - from 2019 to 2021 and from 2021 to 2023 - Madrid politics has always used a harsh tone during Thursday plenary sessions in Parliament.

Ayuso challenges the bench on the left with constant attacks, he enters the melee, especially with Más Madrid and Podemos.

This Thursday, in a private message from the president to the WhatsApp group of popular parliamentarians,

Ayuso encouraged his followers before the debate in the Assembly: “Today the left is finished (...).

kill them”.

These are other interventions in a harsh tone since the Madrid president assumed the presidency of the region, in 2019:

“They are worse than the virus” (June 4, 2020).

In that plenary session, the president received a question from the then spokesperson for Unidas Podemos and now adviser to Irene Montero at the Ministry of Equality, Isabel Serra: "How does President Ayuso assess her management at the head of the coronavirus?"

Ayuso did not mince words: “They have a plan against the media, the opposition, the businessmen, the judges.

They agree on the employment future of Spaniards with the ETA environment.

They lead us to absolute misery.

Do you talk to me about reconstruction?

In the hands of Podemos, reconstruction is impossible because they are friends of hatred and destruction.

They are worse than the virus.”

“The curve [of coronavirus infections] is the same as the curve of your mouth.

Withered” (November 20, 2020).

That day, for the Madrid president, the coronavirus in Madrid was like the mouth of a Más Madrid deputy.

"Her medicines of hers, Mrs. Ayuso, could be praised by Trump," the spokeswoman for Más Madrid, Mónica García, told her on this occasion.

“You have been late for all the appointments, except for the appointment with the hospital builders.

We are going to call the new hospital a hospital because calling it Ayuso's set is a lot," added the opposition parliamentarian.

The Madrid president jumped immediately.

"They are going to have a really bad time," she replied.

“You just attack.

The curve is the same as the curve of your mouth.


"You busted ATMs and see Otegi as a man of peace" (December 10, 2020).

The control session that Thursday began with a question from United We Can.

"What are they going to do to guarantee light in Cañada Real?" demanded the then deputy Isabel Serra, referring to the power cuts in the peripheral neighborhood of Madrid.

For more than 60 days, thousands of families, including 2,000 children, had been sleeping with candles and blankets 14 kilometers from Puerta del Sol. "The cuts are the consequence of an overload by a mafia that is cultivating marijuana plantations," he replied. Ayuso to then blurt out: “Security and order are needed.

You [referring to Serra] busted ATMs and you see Otegi as a man of peace.

I understand that you see those from La Cañada as agronomists”.

“He wants to ban buying Phoskitos in exchange for being able to smoke joints” (December 9, 2021).

Ayuso called Mónica García's party a "reactionary movement" because he had organized a demonstration against the repeal of LGTBI laws.

“They talk about casposo”, the president told García.

"You, who are going to try to prohibit people from buying Phoskitos [an industrial cake] in exchange for being able to smoke joints."

"He's coming for therapy, so let off steam and shoot" (May 5, 2022).

On that occasion, the spokeswoman for Más Madrid was interested in the credibility of the Ayuso government: "How do you assess the credibility of his government?"

The Madrid president replied: "This is his typical question, which he does not ask to control, which is what he should do, so take the gun and shoot."

The reference to the pistol is due to the fact that in the PP groups they address García as "the gunslinger", due to a gesture that she made with her finger to the Minister of Economy during a control session in the Madrid Parliament.

Politics comes crying from home.

— Isabel Díaz Ayuso (@IdiazAyuso) May 12, 2022

"Politics come home crying."

May 12, 2022.

A week later, President Ayuso again answered the Más Madrid deputy like this: “Politics come home crying.

And if she can't stand the pressure of being exposed one plenary session after another, she should be replaced."

"They send hitmen from their group (...) that Txapote vote for them."

February 2, 2023.

The phrase, launched during a angry control session in the regional Assembly, refers to Francisco Javier García Gaztelu, alias


, the ETA member who murdered Miguel Ángel Blanco, and is intended to serve as a reminder that the Central government has Bildu among its parliamentary supports.

Ayuso thus attacked the PSOE spokesman in the Assembly, Juan Lobato.

It is not the first time that Díaz Ayuso pronounced it.

He already did it, for example, on January 14, during the presentation of the PP's regional candidates, held in Zaragoza.

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Source: elparis

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