Eugenio Derbez makes fun of Claudia Sheinbaum and the 4T using his humor

Mexico.- Eugenio Derbez used his social networks to make fun of the head of government of Mexico City, claudia sheinbaumdue to a tweet published by the Morena member when comparing Mexico with Switzerland.

It is not the first time that the actor and director Eugenio Derbez has been involved in a controversy by getting involved with the country’s politicians.

This time the creator of The P. Luche Family published a series of images on Twitter with which, using his humor, he made fun of Claudia Sheinbaum.

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Last Monday, the head of the government of Mexico City published an image accompanied by a text that caused controversy.

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“No, it’s not Switzerland, it’s the Xochimilco Ecological Park in Mexico City,” he wrote next to the image of the green area, which provoked criticism, claims, ridicule and memes against Sheinbaum.

But a day later it was Eugenio Derbez who reacted, and with the same ‘style’ as Sheinbaum, he published a series of images of Mexico comparing them with other parts of the world.

First, he published a photo where some trajineras are seen next to the text: “No, it’s not Venice, it’s Xochimilco, in Mexico City.”

He then posted an image of a children’s play area in the country.

“No, it’s not Disneyland, it’s a park in Tlalpan in Mexico City,” Derbez wrote.

The actor from the Oscar-winning film “CODA” launched a third tweet in which the ahuehuete was seen that was recently planted instead of the emblematic palm on Paseo de la Reforma.

“No, it’s not the Sherwood forest, it’s the dry Ahuehuete de Reforma in Mexico City,” reads the message.

Many of Derbez’s followers laughed at the actor’s comparisons, but others disagreed with his posts.

“Your joke is a pity”, “Then why don’t they congratulate you”, “Hahahahahahahahaha the 4T chairos are going to jump”, were some of the messages.

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