Since Pedro Sánchez got his claws into the Post Office first and then into Indra, the suspicion of the pucherazo is at the end of the street. After all, that was the system that Sánchez himself used to win the internal elections of the PSOE, hiding an urn behind a curtain. Recent events have done nothing but encourage a doubt that, three days before the elections, only increases: Will there be fair elections in the Balearic Islands? Unfortunately no one can guarantee it.
All the parties would do well to take extreme security measures because they are facing an opponent who plays with the marked cards. feijóo Today in Valencia he called for a “massive vote” in response to the electoral fraud of the PSOE and this is especially worrying in the islands because the polls predict a maximum balance between the forces. Every vote bought or manipulated is worth its price in gold. The Government will depend on whether a seat falls to one side or the other. In this scenario it is easy to understand how decisive the result of voting by mail can be.
The PSOE has shown that it stops at nothing. Not even before the law. Vote buying discovered in Melilla and Mojácar is just the tip of the iceberg and there is no guarantee that the same thing is not happening in the Balearic Islands. Everything that happened, moreover, only demonstrates, in case anyone had any slightest doubt, what is the real target of the massive call for illegal immigration.
Francina Armengol calls them “vulnerable” in an exercise of maximum hypocrisy. She cares about them as much or less than the girls protected by the Consell who have been abused and who are really “vulnerable”. She has brought them to the islands en masse, seriously endangering citizen security, because he was looking for a fishing ground for socialist votes in them. How many of those eligible to vote have received money or gifts in exchange for committing your ballot to the PSOE? What is happening in Spain is worthy of a Bolivarian republic, but that is what the left is leading the country to. And by leaps and bounds unless it is solved next Sunday. If the elections are fair, of course.