The Resistance Controversy around a comment considered "in bad taste" by many critics
D avid Broncano has had to justify through his official Twitter profile the meaning of his comment in La Resistencia in which he showed a police dog stepping on the neck of a black person lying down on the ground, which sparked a wave of criticism and also applause on networks s ocial in the last hours. The Jaén communicator published this weekend a message in which he justified that it is "a joke against police abuses" .
Many people considered in bad taste for the presenter of the Movistar + program to joke with a matter as serious as the murder of a black citizen in United States as a result of the brutal action by a white police officer in the city of Minneapolis who used a savage immobilization maneuver by pressing his neck with the knee until kill him.
It happened on this week's show when in the initial monologue Broncano read a headline published in a media outlet. "A group of scientists is investigating whether your dog would rescue you in an emergency ."
The argument served to wonder what Rex, the police dog from a television series, would do . "We don't know if his dog share could," Broncano said as he shared a screen with a close-up of the German shepherd- " or his police report " at which time it opened the shot and showed a montage with the one pressing with the leg the neck of a black man lying face down on the ground. "We could not know", ended with laughter the joke that was considered in bad taste by many spectators and Internet users.
? The Resistance in Movistar + (@LaResistencia) June 3, 2020
It is also true that there were also a large number of c omentaries and responses that defended not only the kind of humor rather acidic and without exceptions from the presenter, but also that in this case it was a veiled criticism of the American police.
The truth is that after many responses to the tweet uploaded by the program with the moment of the joke entitled "Equal Rex is not a different police officer" Broncano decided to answer to one of the messages.
But if it is a joke against police abuse, what are you saying? Have you heard it or have you seen the image and already?
? David Broncano (@davidbroncano) June 6, 2020
"But if it is a joke against police abuse, what are you saying? Have you heard it or have you seen the image and now? ", snapped Broncano through his personal Twitter profile that has close to 900,000 followers. The presenter did not add any more messages around this new controversy in which he has been enveloped by some of his comments in which he usually has no regard for the topics or the people who appear in them. .