Santiago Abascal had been speaking for three minutes at the rally that Vox gave on Wednesday in the Madrid neighborhood of Vallecas and it did not matter. You could hardly hear him. He had given time to shout that “the streets are also ours and Vallecas is also ours.” It was not a majority opinion among those who insulted him. Not even on the floor where a lady put up a banner with the word Vox in which the ‘O’ was excrement. The shouting of the hundreds of people gathered to boycott the event made it difficult to hear well even those who were just over ten meters away. So the Vox leader stopped talking, got off the rostrum and went, accompanied by his security and other Vox leaders and some of his followers, to the group of protesters closest to him, and it must be said that they were pretty close.