And above I read now that the Prime Minister extends from today another 15 days more the state of alarm for the coronavirus crisis. But did YOU not make a press conference yesterday and could you communicate it to the nation? What the fucking world do YOU live in?– Ivan Campo (@ivan_campo) March 22, 2020 Until the 🥚 to listen to so much falsehood and continuous lie of all the politicians of Spain to put their medal knowing that a global pandemic was coming and they have not moved a fucking finger and every day it gets worse because of their fucking inconsistency and incompetence.– Ivan Campo (@ivan_campo) March 22, 2020 The Basque defense has shown an evident disagreement with how the political class is managing the coronavirus crisis, the pandemic that has nearly 29,000 infected in our country and just over 1,700 dead. Through his Twitter account, Campos exploded against the politicians with the following message: “to the balls of hearing so much falsehood and continuous lies from all the politicians of Spain to put on their medal knowing that a global pandemic was coming and they haven’t moved a fucking finger and their fucking incoherence and incompetence is getting worse every day. “Far from retracting, the defender added the following a few minutes later: “And now I read that the Prime Minister is extending the state of alarm for the coronavirus crisis by another 15 days from today. But did you not make a press conference yesterday and could you communicate it to the nation? In what a fucking world do you live? “ Iván Campo rose to international fame after being part of Real Mallorca who, under the mandate of Héctor Cúper, achieved a great fifth place in the League. Despite having previously gone through the ranks of Logroñés, Alavés, Valladolid or Valencia, the Donostia central was consecrated in the vermilion team, which led to his ending up with Real Madrid.Today, at 44 years old and having hung up his boots ten years ago at the Cypriot AEK Larnaca, Campo is back in the news. But not because of a performance on the pitch, but for a protest on social networks.