The one who was a civil guard seems to have something to say to the former leader of Podemos and the Minister of Equality
Her very harsh testimony generated a great stir among public opinion and important personalities came to speak policies, including the Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, who took the words of Carrasco as true and to condemn gender violence.
Now, it seems that the man from Malaga has something to say about it, and has just confessed that he would like to invite politics and her husband, Pablo Iglesias, to dinner.
Since he was fired from The TV Factory in full direct, as a result of the premiere of Rocío Carrasco’s documentary series, the Malaga-born man has tried to gain a foothold on YouTube to earn a living.
Now he runs a channel where he publishes videos of all kinds, and in one of the last clips he answers several questions that an interviewer throws at him.
To the question “who would you like to dine with?“, Antonio David is clear:”With Irene Montero and Pablo Iglesias, with the two of them together”. Will the Minister of Equality and the former leader of Podemos listen to his request?
The truth is that it is not the first time that Antonio David Flores has launched an ordeal at Irene Montero. When he publicly expressed his support for Rocío Carrasco, the former civil guard was outraged and reported her to the European Commission in Brussels, accusing her of violating her presumption of innocence, a claim that was accepted for processing.
Months later, the man from Malaga addressed her again through his YouTube channel, demanding “justice” from how damaged her image has been after the broadcast of the documentary series:
“After seven months, I ask the Minister of Equality to review this, to take the appropriate actions corresponding to her position and to really do justice. This can not be allowed. Up to this point”.