A video of Karlos Arnguiñano talking about Brexit and Boris Johnson has become viral on social networks. On Monday, October 4, Vasco pronounced a speech in open cooking, the program on antenna 3, which has been very applauded by the whiter.
The cook was preparing one of his dishes when he began to comment on the situation that crosses the United Kingdom due to the lack of offense of food and fuel: "and the English without truckers to distribute gasoline or anything at all. These of Brexit that famous in go mess Taken, huh? It is easy to throw the workers, yes, you throw the workers, and who does the work? There it has been noted that the worker is indispensable in society. "
Then he was mocked of the British Prime Minister, who was referred to as "the Englishman, the president who who have of the blonde melenita" and on which he said: "That what has good is the hairdresser".
Arguiñano continued to share his opinion: "They have the Englishman, huh? I do not say all, but those of Brexit ... I do not know, a feeling gave me as an upper race, because no, there is no one who is one of a race Superior, nobody in the world ".
An open kitchen viewer shared on Twitter the speech of Arganyan after writing: "As of today I declare Marxista-Arguiñanist." The publication of it has more than 5,000 retutes and has led to many people to praise the driver of the antenna format 3.
"Do everything right," said a user. "Arguiñano's is freedom of chair, and over while cooking," said another. "Good thing we have references like this," he said a third.
There were those who suggested that it would take the leap to the world of politics, with messages like "introduce yourself to the elections" and "arguiñano vote". A tweeter called him Karlos Marxguiñano.
A user shared: "Arguiñano entering Gibraltar with the intro of his background program and we ended up calling him arguciñangragrade." Another person described video as "Triple Deadly Voltereta to say 'Gibraltar Spanish' crazier than I've seen in a long time."Updated Date: 09 October 2021, 00:05