Starting this Monday, the Morenista ‘corcholatas’ began their tours throughout the country in search of winning their party’s presidential candidacy, but in turn, a group of businessmen began to weave a plan to prevent Morena from winning in the 2024 elections, revealed the journalist Raymundo Riva Palacio.
In his column published in the newspaper The financialthe journalist refers to the group of businessmen as “McPatos”, which supposedly already gave a million-dollar check to promote the plan against the representative of Morena in the presidential election.
The strategy does not consist in a “dirty war” or in clandestine financing, but rather in promoting the participation of the country’s young population in next year’s voting through credentialing.
According to businessmen, data from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi) and the INE indicate that 50 percent of the electoral roll is made up of young people between the ages of 18 and 39, but the downside is that this sector is the one that participates the least in the elections and those who go to the polls the most are people between 65 and 69 years of age.
The businessmen trust that it will be young people who will prevent Morena from winning the Presidency again in 2024, since voters between the ages of 20 and 30 “are angry, frustrated and dissatisfied”, while people between the ages of 30 and 40 are receptive to social issues. and macroeconomics, as well as purchasing power, health, transportation, education, and quality of life.
Credentialing, the business plan against the 4T
To get young people to vote against the party founded by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, businessmen plan to resort to the strategy that Bill Clinton used to win the presidency from George HW Bush: credentialing, Riva Palacio said.
This plan consists of processing and updating the INE credential, mainly in the states of Nuevo León, Jalisco and Chihuahua where the percentage of outdated is higher and its size is important in the electoral roll, since it could define the results of the election presidential.
The deadline for credentialing the target sector of citizens is January 31, 2024, and to do so they plan for the human resources areas of companies to help make appointments at the INE, as well as give incentives to those who have updated their Voting card.
Who is behind the plan with which they want to hit Morena?
The businessman Carlos Chavira confirmed the existence of the strategy against Morena, which was put together at the Tec de Monterrey, where others are already being created, he said.
Chavira explained that the former Secretary of the Interior during the six-year term of Felipe Calderón, Alejandro Poiré –whom he considers irrelevant- is the organizer of the strategies; his ‘liaison’ is the businessman Gustavo de Hoyos, while the ‘operator’ is Claudio X. González, “to continue sucking the blood (and money) of unsuspecting businessmen,” he said.
By affirming that this strategy to defeat Morena “is a hoax”, because it is only based on data from inhabitants of “well-to-do neighborhoods”, the businessman from Ciudad Juárez and El Paso recounted that Claudio X. González uses “social organizations” and with their names send writings to convince businessmen to support the plan.
“They are sent to you by well-known businessmen, former members of a confederation and the occasional stray who does not understand the size of the transformation that is taking place in Mexico. All call for ‘support,’ ‘unity,’ and ‘backstop,’ which are crappy analogies for ‘we need money,’ he wrote.
However, he affirmed that “the worst opposition in history is bankrupt,” and Claudio X. González has also lost credibility, so the PRI and the PAN will not give him a penny for being “a lousy manager.”
“They are bad and bad. They are a lousy investment and no one with weight within the business community believes them,” added Carlos Chavira.
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