Jorge Javier Vázquez gets wet and thus refers to the controversy surrounding a political leader

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Jorge Javier in Sálvame.

Jorge Javier Vazquez has starred this Thursday a commented moment with Belén Esteban in Save me, the program he presents in the afternoons of Telecinco.

The presenter has told the collaborator that he had heard around that he had been vaccinated clandestinely. “By the way Bethlehem, people are starting to talk. Have you been vaccinated? ”Asked Vázquez, a sentence that surprised Esteban. “No. I? Hopefully! ”She said. “Have you been vaccinated?” He asked.

“They have not vaccinated me and I swear that”, the princess of the town has categorically affirmed. Vázquez has continued to bite her and has commented that “the Prosecutor’s Office is going to open an investigation to find out if you have been vaccinated or not.”

The collaborator has said that she has not been vaccinated but that her husband has, that he is a health worker.

All this sainete was for the Salvador Illa case. Almost all the opposition parties have attacked the former Minister of Health for refusing to do a PCR before the debate that took place a few days ago on TV3 on the occasion of the Catalan elections. “He came in the car very pissed off. If someone accuses you, the person accusing you will have to prove it ”, said the presenter.

Vázquez has told the news and has named Pablo Casado, Teodoro García Egea and Ana Pastor, three politicians of the PP who have hinted that Illa has not wanted to do a PCR because she has been secretly vaccinated, skipping the protocol.

“I agree that if Salvador Illa is vaccinated, on the street, that he renounces everything,” said the presenter. “And it is shown that not what he does, they stay at home?” Concluded Vázquez, who has criticized the accusation of the former minister without having evidence.

In addition, Health has certified this Thursday that the candidate of the PSC, the former Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, has not received any dose of the vaccine against Covid-19.


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