The right-wing journalist Leocenis García publicly criticized deputy Juan Guaidó, who through his Twitter account recently called his followers to loot shops. “Brother, are you going crazy?” is part of the rebuke that the communicator made to the parliamentarian.
“I demand you as a Venezuelan, to rectify this message. Private property is untouchable. Plunder is stealing. And that is not justifiable under any circumstances”, says one of the messages that Garcia posted on his profile in the aforementioned social network.
In another tweet he states: “Sacking is stealing. I call on the neighborhoods to repudiate and subject to derision every Venezuelan who acts out that practice. Looting is unacceptable under any circumstances. ”
¿Hermano usted se está volviendo loco? Exijo como venezolano, que rectifique este mensaje. La propiedad privada es inviolable. Saquear es robar. Y eso no es justificable en ninguna circunstancia. Si la gente está harta que vayan a Miraflores y tumben a Maduro. Jamás a comercios. https://t.co/8phh2BWMCu
— Leocenis García (@LeocenisOficial) March 11, 2019
Translated by JRE/EF%