The first vice-president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (Psuv), Diosdado Cabello, noted that the President of the National Assembly (AN), Juan Guaidó, has added contempt for the people, as it is already part of the past.
“Juanito Alimaña (Guaidó) is a believer; He says, ‘We’re going to go down the street to see how the people want me.’ He doesn’t understand that it’s part of The past of Venezuelan politics. There’s been a lot of contempt,” Cabello said.
Cabello also noted that Guaidó went crazy when parliament deputies called him a clown, while he talked about the alleged presence of paramilitaries in the country, but did not respond to the photograph in which he was hugged with members of the narcocolombiagroup group “Los Rastrojos”.
“Juanito Alimaña was told paramilitary, drug dealer, thief and no bother, but he was called a clown and he went mad. I wanted to fight with the Psuv deputies,” he said during an interview with the program Outcome broadcast by the channel Tv.
Cabello invited Guaidó to leave the despair: “that’s not the fight you have to give, unless you want, but know that there’s going to be plenty who’s going to stand up to you.”