Many of us expected that Podemos would put up more resistance to the eviction (they had Supercolau as a reference) and that the tantrum of its former ministers would extend to some more news, but we can only admire in the rearview mirror Moncloa's move to deactivate them. And advise Feijóo – for free, not like others – to look for a Yolanda to add to Vox.
Let's admit that there are not many women with charisma on the extreme right. Like Rocío de Meer, daughter of the patron of the Francisco Franco Foundation and lawyer of that captain who went to see Gaddafi to ask him to finance a coup d'état in Spain, but she is not assimilable in the center-right.
Where, then, is the Yolanda who makes that Add to Vox, without Nazi cries or residual Francoism that scares the Spanish middle class? The Macarena Olona operation proved to be a failure when they lost on June 23 in Andalusia. Rocío Monasterio also drops points, after her husband, the ultra-liberal Iván Espinosa de los Monteros, was removed from the new leadership of the party, already in the hands of the Catalans of Buxadé. These are well connected with Manfred Weber in Brussels, where, no matter how much it postures – courted by Moncloa – our other ultranationalist right, Junts, no longer requires a Yolanda, but an entire new leadership to come back at the polls. Not even we Catalans like to vote for losers.
So Feijóo, to save himself, should really do a tandem with Ayuso; But between them the only thing that is perceived is “let's see if you can get it on now”, as if they were exes even before having something together. Only Ayuso for now can phagocytize Vox by playing Vox: What a woman! She scratches her nose in nets and half a million Spaniards congratulate her, repeating: “I like the fruit… I like the fruit” (They say that on full moon nights, Netanyahu, distressed by Pedrito's rudeness, wanders like a zombie through the kibbutz whispering the fruit couplet).
And Feijóo, Sánchez laughs, still believes that here you can win with efficiency and modesty, when with four topics on networks he is going up in the polls.