The latest political movements of Pedro Sánchez and the different negotiations he carried out to obtain sufficient support for the investiture have given a lot to talk about in recent weeks.
In addition to the massive demonstrations throughout the national territory, thousands of users have turned social networks into a battlefield in which the amnesty, the Constitution, legality, etc. have been debated. Although there have been many anonymous people who have spoken out and given their opinion, we have also seen how some influencers, content creators and public figures have come forward.
María Pombo, Gloria Camila Ortega, Laura Matamoros, Josep Pedrerol, Pablo Motos, Mariló Montero, Tamara Falcó, etc. They are some of the well-known faces of our country who have described the amnesty as a ''red line'' and who have publicly rejected the dialogue table with Puigdemont.
If we talk about digital creators who have not remained silent and who have openly given their opinion through their social networks, we have to highlight Carla Barber. The doctor and businesswoman shared different stories on her official Instagram account making her point of view known: ''I am very worried about the situation we find ourselves in. "We all have the right to say what we think."
The former Supervivientes contestant, who attended one of the demonstrations against Sánchez and his latest decisions, explained on her networks that these concentrations were full of people from "right and left" who are tired of the situation, as well how she defended that she is not a "facha": "We are not fachas. Although many try to invalidate our speech with fallacies, they will not be able to silence us. Long live Spain and all Spaniards.
A few days ago, during the investiture session, Sánchez accused Isabel Díaz Ayuso and her family of a possible case of corruption. The politician, who followed the session in the guest gallery of Congress, could not keep quiet in such a situation and uttered a somewhat clear "son of a bitch." However, shortly after, her team responded with humor that what the President of the Community of Madrid had really said was that she "liked fruit."
Since that moment, the phrase has become a right-wing slogan to attack with humor and irony the socialist leader who has been sworn in as president of our country. As a result of this, the influencer Carla Barber has uploaded a photo to the stories of her Instagram account in which you can see her son having a snack next to a phrase that many have interpreted as a dart to Sánchez: ' 'We like fruit.'