The vice president of the National Assembly in contempt and head of the anti-Chavista delegation in the “Norway talks”, Stalin González, was seen in the front row in the MLB “National League” final, when the Washington Nationals beat the St. Louis Cardinals 7-4 in the fourth game.
Stalin Gonzalez gestionó sanciones que hoy impiden que los jugadores de la MLB puedan jugar en Venezuela, pero claro, él sí puede, con el realero que se robó, viajar a los EEUU y comprar una entrada de no menos de 7 mil dólares, justo detrás del home, para ver su jueguito. 💩 pic.twitter.com/ms5F8il10D
— Carola Chávez 💬 (@tongorocho) October 16, 2019
It is noteworthy that a seat in the privileged box where the opposition deputy was located – just behind the home – costs at least $700 dollars. The question that arises is how did he pay it for it if the anti-Chavista deputies have repeatedly said that parliamentarians have not received salaries for the last 4 years? Some wondered if he was using the money given for the supposed humanitarian aid?
Hola @stalin_gonzalez el ticket más económico para los juegos de post temporada en la MLB están en 690 dólares; con el aumento de salario de hoy son 99 salarios mínimos. Disfruta tu partido en primera fila 😉 pic.twitter.com/BlGJ1VTT3q
— Emmanuel Rincón (@EmmaRincon) October 16, 2019
It should also be noted that Stalin Gonzalez, together with the group of anti-Chavistas who have requested a blockade against Venezuela, are responsible for the Major League Baseball’s (MLB) decision to not allow players (local and foreigners) to play in the upcoming 2019-2020 Venezuelan baseball season, leaving Venezuelan fans without the possibility of seeing them.
The opposition ranks criticized Gonzalez for this “little gift” that he gave to himself: “While millions flee from Venezuela, the ‘negotiator’ Stalin González managed to get to Washington to see the final game of the National League from the third row behind home plate. Long live Norway, the Rosales party and the lack of ethics of our young ‘politicians’, ” anti-Chavista Pedro Mario Burelli said through his Twitter account.
Translated by JRE/EF