José María Aznar has acted as the opening act this Monday for Isabel Díaz Ayuso in the electoral campaign of the Madrid president. And between the two they have sung the same speech in Alcobendas, but in two voices, to try to widen the PP voter pool at the expense of Vox. Party that they have avoided explicitly naming, but whose supporters have warned that "votes that are not useful go to the trash because they make a better Spain impossible" than the one that is "destroying the Government with its laundering of terrorists."
"Sánchez has to agree with separatists and former terrorists because, if not, he is not president, he does not have the slightest chance of being president," said the person who was president of the Government from 1996 to 2004. And he has warned that the man from Madrid " is willing to pay any price to be president", such as breaking the constitutional order and "laundering terrorists".
Convinced that Ayuso is the one who can best begin to stop the drift that "Alberto Núñez Feijóo will put an end to in December, Aznar has not hesitated to make his experience available to the PP candidate for the Community of Madrid to unite "all the electorate that is located to the right of the left" and extolled it as "a guarantee of the freedom that the Frankenstein government has endangered."
When his turn came, Ayuso did not take long to finish off the ball that Aznar had left him in the goal mouth and, from the first paragraph of his speech, he has chained a string of attacks on the President of the Executive, Pedro Sánchez, and on the "enemies of Spain that it has as partners".
Today was a day marked in red on Isabel Díaz Ayuso's agenda. Alcobendas and San Sebastián de los Reyes are two of the five largest municipalities in Madrid that are governed by the left -the first thanks to a rotating coalition with Ciudadanos- and the PP candidate is urgent to paint both towns blue to aspire to that absolute majority that claims to govern without the need to ally with Vox.
The candidate for reelection believes that these are not just another election. “This is not a typical debate between the left and the right. We are facing a new popular front that seeks to divide Spain into factions, an anti-system project that is going to do all the evil it can and that will continue to grow if we do not do all the good we can. I believe that there is no room for more incompetence, more institutional deterioration, attempts to control the life and property of each person, family and company than what we are seeing”.
For all this, Ayuso has defended the "authenticity" of the PP against other less experienced formulas and demanded great support from the conservative voter around his party to be "up to the challenge (...) There are few opportunities to reverse this The situation in Spain cannot last another four more years”, he declared before Aznar's approving gaze.