Former Minister of Housing during the government of Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, Mary A. Trujillo, Doctor of Law and Constitutional Law Professor has put his foot in a puddle wanting polemics on his Twitter.
It all started last Sunday when climbing a tweet in which he complained of a restaurant chain Foster Hollywood in Madrid that had served him water brand Font Vella. From your account claimed that he would never go to a restaurant in this chain, due to tensions experienced in recent days in the country with the conflict of Catalonia.
Nevertheless, Twitter users began to remind you that the brand, although its original source is Sant Hilari Sacalm, in Girona, since 1994 It has been marketed since spring alcarreño Guadalajara. Furthermore now part of Danone Group, of Valencia origin and is bottled in Extremadura.
Statements outside Pot, on a hot topic, with a major restaurant chain by the defending users.
We leave the interesting and viral Twitter thread that has been created around this fact:
— Mary A. Trujillo (@matrujil) October 22, 2017
Minister, for information Fontvella is a brand of Danone, a French multinational publicly traded. https://t.co/XlrXsByeVA
- Marcos Lamelas (@MarcosLamelas) 22 October 2017
Guadalajara.Gente was probably like you makes no independence lifelong socialists ask ourselves things.
- elena martinez (@ Elenaml79) 22 October 2017
A different replies from anonymous users soon join those of other known personalities of the national information landscape.
When I saw your message on my TL I thought it was a fake. I note with amazement that is real. You were minister! What a fright!
- Julia Otero (@julia_otero) 22 October 2017
A former Socialist minister and a doctorate in law constituicional promoting dialogue and coexistence https://t.co/mVuPu4nmEd
- Pilar Rahola (@RaholaOficial) 22 October 2017
You should be more responsible with your comments. The boycott does not solve anything but aggravates. Font Vella certainly belongs to Danone.
- Chema Garcia (@che solutions rciabi) 22 October 2017
Font Vella is owned by Danone. Water Font Vella de Madrid is not the source of St. Hilari (Girona) but Siguenza (Guadalajara)
- Maria Montsonís (@BistroDelmarva) 22 October 2017
With the wealth of nations is not played. So no secessionism is prevented, If not the opposite
- Jose Luis Abalos Mec (@abalosmeco) 22 October 2017
Very good ex-minister, Now you talk to Siguenza, that there also comes the water Fontvella. If the PSOE for anyone caught desgravar. pic.twitter.com/dKKwSEVGnp
- Smurf Kabrejat (@barrufetkbrejat) 22 October 2017
And they were probably the source of Siguenza… Font Vella draws water from more than one source! And it is the Danone group (French) #oletu
- Txell Monclús (@TxellMonclus) 22 October 2017
- XAVIER VALERO (@xavier_valero) 22 October 2017