Vasco Rossi raise the words of Andrea Scanzi against the orange waistcoats of Antonio Pappalardo (movement that yesterday fell in several Italian squares, mostly without masks and creating gatherings, with the motto “the pandemic does not exist”). And it does ripostando a text published on Instagram by the journalist of the Fact: “The problem is not only that thousands of people have manifested without caring about social distancing, and therefore spitting in the face of their (and sticazzi) and our health, but that thousands of people – in Milan and not only in Milan – took to the streets to follow a caricatural and marginal character, for years a laughing stock of the web and of “politics”, convinced that the covid is cured with yoga and that the future is the return to the Italian lira (I would prefer the sesterces: I find them more modern). If they had told us that this minor guest of the Mosquito would have brought the masses to the square, in addition in time of pandemic, we would have laughed. And instead there is nothing to laugh about, because – he concludes – in this country farce has now taken the place of reality. Ignorance reigns, random anger dominates. And common sense is more unfashionable than the cassette player. We are in bad condition. But a lot. ”
The general, in Bari for the second stage of the orange tour, published on his Facebook profile a video lashing out against Vasco, probably without understanding that the rocker had merely reposted a text and had not written it in his own hand. And insulting him repeatedly. Yesterday also the mayor of Bergamo, Giorgio Gori, defined the orange vests, “irresponsible”, as well as the mayor of Turin, Chiara Appendino, which reaffirmed the importance of using the mask. Meanwhile, Digos in Milan has identified many of the demonstrators, who went down to Piazza Duomo yesterday, who will be sanctioned with fines ranging from € 400 to € 3000.
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