Legislators from the Frente de Todos (FdT) rejected this Monday the statements of the senator of Together for Change (JxC) Luis Juez, who considered the Argentines as “a people of shit” that is “more ferocious” with “the players” of the Argentine soccer team than with the political “leadership” of the country.
In statements to La Nación+, Judge indicated on Sunday that there is a part of society that has “prepared the quilombo” in case the country is left out of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, but that “does not move from home” when “it They rob the country.”
“We Argentines are screwed, what a shitty people, we demand much more from a soccer team than from the leaders,” said the JxC senator and a reference to the Civic Front of Córdoba.
“The judge believes that you are part of a shitty town,” said the senator of the Frente de Todos (FdT) for Buenos Aires Juliana Di Tullio on her Twitter account.
This is the Senator that Rosatti wants in the Judicial Council to choose the judges who will have your life in their hands.
He believes that you are part of a shitty town, the one that elected him as Senator of the Nation. That shitty town is called Argentina. Pretty. https://t.co/HXs8eZPyyB
— Juliana di Tullio (@ditulliojuli) November 28, 2022
The deputy of the FdT of Córdoba Gabriela Estévez stressed that Judge “has sadly accustomed us to this type of expressions.” “He did it with respect to the gay community, he did it by using Bolivian citizenship as if it were an insult, he did it by insulting the Ecuadorian people when he was ambassador there,” Estévez listed in dialogue with Télam.
The FdT senator for Tucumán Pablo Yedlin also replied to Judge via Twitter: “We were not and we are not (shit town), we have a past of greatness and a future full of hope.”
That the same senator, Luis Juez, who the other day stated that Democracy had not done any Argentine good, now says that we are a “people of Shit” sounds too much.
We were not and we are not, we have a past of greatness and a future full of hope. pic.twitter.com/uTvEmmPbAJ
— Pablo Yedlin (@pyedlin) November 28, 2022