Diosdado Cabello insulted President Boric and tried

“Bobo”, “gafo”, “ridiculous” or “little puppy”, were some of the words used by Chavismo’s No. 2 Diosado Cabello to criticize and insult President Gabriel Borík, in which Venezuela registered a humanitarian crisis. was mentioned. years during his speech at the United Nations.

Venezuela’s deputy and Chavismo’s No. 2, Diosado Cabello insulted Chilean President Gabriel Boric on Wednesday night, calling him a “silly”, “puppy” or “gafo”. For criticizing the position of Venezuela in his speech at the United Nations.

In his program with Mazo Dando, Cabello harshly criticized Borík and accused him of speaking “nonsense”, adding that Chile has many problems, such as the Mapuche conflict or the protests of high school students in Santiago.

“They think we’re going to surrender because A fool like Boric turned out to be bullshit about Venezuela, they’re wrong, a gafoGoing out to talk about Venezuela, having so many problems, a historical debt with the Mapuche population, and all he does is go out to persecute them,” said Diosado Cabello.

“He was declared a terrorist and he does nothing, a people who only claim what belongs to him or a war against high school students who only ask for the right to study,” he said.

Cabello also insisted that Boric wanted to look good with the United States. “He goes there to speak badly about Venezuela in order to look good with Gringo, It’s quite funny” commented.

Similarly, the Chavista leader indicated that the words of the President of Chile were because Caracas kept his distance from the US, and because he had not shied away from power.

“If we were negotiating the surrender of Venezuela, no one would attack us. Boric would not have gone there to speak ill of Venezuela, nor would he have mentioned us, as he would have told him. ‘Don’t say anything little puppy’, Because they are going to surrender, they are going to surrender”, he confirmed.

It should be remembered that during his speech before the United Nations General Assembly, Boric said that the Venezuela crisis has generated a migrant influx that has put pressure on Chilean institutions.

“The humanitarian crisis in Venezuela as a result of the prolonged political crisis has generated a migratory influx that is unprecedented in our region and our country, putting tremendous pressure on our institutions and our society,” the president said.

Chile denies visas to Venezuelan volleyball players

In addition to criticizing Cabello, the Chavista leader also questioned why Chile refused visas to the Venezuelan men’s volleyball team, which should play qualifiers for the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games.

“Despite completing the relevant and mandatory procedures in a timely manner, as well as complying with each of the requirements requested by the Consulate of the Republic of Chile, recognized in our country. Our athletes and technical team were not granted visas, The United Socialist Party of Venezuela said in a statement.

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