A president on demand: Don't you like it? I have another

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Ruben Cortes.

This president is sensational. Regarding the Iguala Case, he said during the campaign: “The claim should be to the Armed Forces, which intervened in that crime.” But yesterday, as president, he said: “Yes, you are right, I defend the Army and I defend the Armed Forces.” And they believe him.

His speech control and media management are on another level: a master. Today he says he demands: “don't play with the feelings of the parents of the 43.” But the one who has played with it the most is his political group, which came to power by manipulating the Equal Case.

On May 3, 2018 in New York, as a presidential candidate, Mr. Antonio Tizapa, father of one of the 43 young people from Ayotzinapa, requested his political support from the mayor of Iguala, José Luis Abarca, the intellectual author of the student crime. .

“Shut up, you are a provocateur. The claim should be to the Armed Forces, which intervened in that crime,” the future president responded. At the same time, he blamed the Army for massacring the boss and 11 hitmen from the Beltrán Leyva cartel.

“I have information that young people died, some minors, human beings, it was a massacre, and we are going to investigate that when we come to power,” said the then-candidate in April 2018.

However, on September 18, 2020, already in power, he earned laughter by showing in his morning conference the image of a massacre of eight, during a wake in Cuernavaca: “Hehehe, there are the massacres.”

Yes, the politician around whom politics in the country has revolved since 2000 and who is today president, has resounding success in offering statements on demand, in the style of yes, you don't like these statements, I have others.

For example, regarding the Iguala Case, he said in the 2018 presidential campaign: “I am going to request the Judiciary, as the independent power that it is, to reaffirm the sentence so that the investigative commission can be established in this Ayotzinapa case.”

But, already in the presidency, he says that the Judiciary is useless, that it is rotten, and a reform must be carried out so that it is the people, and not the president, who decides how the ministers should be chosen. of the Court.

And, on March 30, 2022, he said that “it is very difficult for Peña Nieto not to know about the Ayotzinapa case.” On the other hand, yesterday he changed his mind: “Peña Nieto had nothing to do with the disappearance of the 43 normalistas from Ayotzinapa.”

Mencken's maxim:

“The demagogue is one who preaches doctrines, which he knows are false, to people who he knows are idiots.”

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