The ironies of the Venezuelan opposition, part 31

Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…WTF???

False alarm, folks. That geezer in the blue shirt isn’t Superman. Obviously, Antonio Ledezma, the metropolitan mayor of the federal district of Caracas, is no Man of Steel. He is, at best, a man of rust. His nickname is “Grandpa Monster”, because of his loose resemblance to Grandpa Munster from the campy old TV show. But there the resemblance ends. While Al Lewis, who played Grandpa, was as nice and progressive as could be, Antonio Ledezma is a complete and utter tool. Alberto Nolia calls him “The Vampire”, which is putting it very kindly. Sucking blood is not Ledezma’s style; sucking ass is more like it. If the garbage ever gets picked up, or a sewer happens to get unblocked, or the potholes should chance to get fixed, it will be the doing of local Chavistas and their communal councils, not the Metropolitan Mayor’s office. All Grandpa Monster is good for is giving ludicrous press conferences, where he kvetches incessantly about the Chavista federales. And he’s not even very good at that. But hey, at least he didn’t put on tights to match the T-shirt…otherwise, we would all go blind.

PS: In case you’re wondering what that hashtag says, it’s #CaprilesMeetsWithOtherClowns. Yes, Ledezma is one of Majunche’s co-religionists. Which tells you all you need to know about both buffoons.

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