A deputy from Más Madrid gives the bell with his high-flying response to this tweet from Ayuso


Tweet by Isabel Díaz Ayuso.

Isabel Diaz Ayuso has had to speak in the last hours on Twitter for a message published about the Falcon, the plane with which the Prime Minister makes his official trips.

“1 hour of Falcon it produces the same emissions as 16,000 cows ”, the president of the Community of Madrid wrote in response to another tweet from her Minister of the Environment Paloma Martín.

A tweet framed within the statements of Alberto Garzón in The Guardian on macro-farms and meat consumption in Spain that have caused such a stir in Spain in recent days.

The deputy of Más Madrid has responded to this message from Ayuso, Hector Tejero, who has shared the question that he has addressed to the table of the Madrid Assembly.

“I have just asked the Government of the Community of Madrid how many cows the President’s trip to New York last week is equivalent to,” he wrote on Twitter.

In another tweet, Tejero has shared a news of The world in which Ayuso can be seen accompanied by the mayor of New York, Eric Adams. “The classic institutional Christmas trip. To New York, of course, what things ”, the deputy of the formation of Mónica García has written again.

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