“You don’t have political vocabulary but you have answered me about Ayuso”

“You don’t have political vocabulary but you have answered me about Ayuso”
“You don’t have political vocabulary but you have answered me about Ayuso”

Nacho Cano’s interns who agreed to speak with Más Vale Tarde have continued with the conspiracy theories of their teacher, who claims that both his arrest as, the fact of “forcing” their students to testify is a response to a police persecution orchestrated to divert attention from the Begoña Gómez case and which, furthermore, is due to their support for Díaz Ayuso.

Students have reported that the police “asked us if we were harassed, how many hours we worked, they were exploiting us. I think that wherever they go they are going straight for maestro Nacho”. To which the presenter, Cristina Pardo, snapped “What is the police like in your country?” At which point the student claimed that in her country she would have refused to go and testify “for a crime that I am against, but since I am in another country I don’t know the laws.”

And he added that he was “He was deceived and forced to sign involuntarily and unfreely,” in addition to handing over their mobile phones and signing a statement with which they “do not agree”, due to the “pressure” exerted by the police “especially against women”.

On the other hand, another of the students has defended that “we are art students and we do not have much political vocabulary”, after her classmate had alleged that everything corresponds to a persecution, a moment that Cristina Pardo has taken advantage of to reproach her, that “You can’t tell me that you don’t have political language, but I asked you a question about Díaz Ayuso before and you answered me.”

 
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