“Who do they have it with?“. This was the first reaction from Giuseppe Conte, which second Francesco Verderami he really did not imagine being the recipient of that “jester, jester” heard in the crowd on via del Corso, where the premier was challenged after a press conference held in front of Palazzo Chigi. Conte thus discovered on his own skin the gap that exists between the polls that can be read on paper and the real country that is felt in the squares. “It is obvious that he took it very badly – Verderami writes – more interesting is how instinctively the premier has confided that he does not want to accept the part they are cutting out: that of the scapegoat“. According to the signature of the Corriere della Sera, the episode of the contestation hides an important truth: “Since the lockdown is over, just move a few meters, from Palazzo Chigi to Montecitorio, to witness daily protests and listen to the cry ‘thieves, thieves’ who greets the Members every time they leave the Chamber “.