The president of SOS Desaparecidos explodes against Óscar Puente after an unfortunate tweet: “He has little neural capacity”

El Minister of Transport, Oscar Puentejumps from controversy to controversy, the latest was an unfortunate tweet using an association template SOS Missingaimed at supporting and searching for missing people.

In it appeared the head of the PP list for the European elections, Dolors Montserrat, accompanied by the following text: “The third day of the electoral campaign for the elections to the European Parliament disappears after a debate with Teresa Ribera“, wrote.

“If you choose someone to head a list, they are supposed to be the best you have. If you hide the best person you have, you don’t really trust them. And if you don’t trust it and still put it in because it’s the best you have, what will the rest be like!“, he stated in his publication.

However, he soon deleted what was published, since his followers did not see that type of content as appropriate, in addition, his own Twitter account @sosdesaparecido He demanded the withdrawal of the tweet: “Mr. Minister! Behind this disappearance alert format there are sad and dramatic stories. He spreads a false one to make political criticism, if you can call it that, I hope that tomorrow you will spread a real one and do an exercise of solidarity“.

Criticism of Óscar Puente in ‘Everything is a Lie’

The program presented by Risto Mejide, ‘Everything is a Lie’, contacted the president of SOS Desaparecidos, Joaquín Amillswho did not hesitate to charge against Óscar Puente: “Has little neural capacity“, he came to say about the minister.

“You use arrogance and arrogance, the first thing is to correct the error and then eliminate what has caused that misunderstanding. He hasn’t apologized, he hasn’t called me, my number is easy to get“he continued explaining.

The president of SOS Desaparecidos explodes against Óscar Puente in 'Everything is a Lie':

This is using a tragedy for almost 15 thousand families with humor.“, Risto pointed out. “In 15 years there have been 4 or 5 people who have done it, but never a minister. It is not about us being offended, nor about the offense to family members. It is a lack of values, the values ​​of politics, of respect, of empathy. We are going to leave a very bad inheritance to our children and our grandchildren,” he said.


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