The PP deputy published the list of socialists killed by ETA along with a photograph of yesterday's meeting and the reaction was swift
Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo has returned to be a protagonist on Twitter after harshly charging the Socialist Party for its negotiations with the nationalist forces, in this case, for the meeting of Adriana Lastra, spokesman of the parliamentary group of the PSOE, and Rafael Simancas with members of EH Bildu.
The spokeswoman of the Popular Group had to think that a picture is worth a thousand words and posted on its profile a message that overlaps one of the photographs of the meeting of the current government team meeting and the Basque independence party with the image of a list of socialists killed by the terrorist band ETA.
"In tribute to those socialists who lost their lives fighting for freedom and democracy" you can read in the image followed by a list in which figures of socialism such as Ernest Lluch, Enrique Casas, Joseba Pagazaurtundía or Isaías Carrasco appear. It is a poster of the PSE itself that concludes with a strong statement: “Standing against bigotry and bigotry. Kneeling in front of the victims, we honor their memory. ”
How could it be otherwise, the comments did not wait. Many users have shaken Cayetana with the "use of the dead" while others show their outrage at the meeting held yesterday at the Congress of Deputies.
It's hard to be more mean, miserable and poorly born. If one day you bite you get poisoned.
– Javier Pozuelo (@ JPozuelo69) December 17, 2019
This is, by far, the worst that Pedro Sánchez's PSOE has done. This misery will accompany you all your life
– Eugenio Gª Tejerina (@genitozulu) December 17, 2019
They have no shame, no respect for the dead, except for those of the "ditches" and because they are too many #votes If not, not even that.
– PROGRESS PARASITES 🤮🤮 (@ ANTIPROGRES14) December 17, 2019
ETA is still there. Now he doesn't kill because he gets what he wants without blood. Those of the PESOE are giving everything according to zETAp agreed with them.
– Sinonado 🇪🇸🏊♂️ (@Sinonado) December 17, 2019
Simancas is a traitor, but with that position he points out that he is very obedient. To the directive of the psoe? What have they offered him personally? A big load, sure.
– miguel sanchez (@ samitier2) December 17, 2019
Before using the names of these ETA victims for partisan purposes, it would be good if you spoke with their families to find out what they think. Basically because some have already expressed their anger at this shameful use of their relatives.
– Erik Salazar (@erikrsalazar) December 17, 2019
The message of the PP spokeswoman has hundreds of comments, almost 3,000 likes and more than 1,500 retweets.