Iker Jiménez threatened on Twitter with throwing him “into a gutter”

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New controversy in social networks. Several Twitter users have threatened the journalist and presenter of ‘Cuarto Milenio’ and ‘Informe Covid’, Iker Jimenez, with throwing him “into a gutter.” Jiménez himself has wanted to take it with some humor with a tweet in which he tells the threat accompanied by an icon with a smile and a cold sweat.

The ‘Fourth Millennium’ and ‘Covid Report’ programs they have always been surrounded by a certain controversy. Jiménez, a journalist closely linked to the paranormal world, surprised in the middle of the de-escalation of confinement with the program ‘Covid Report’ where it came to sneak into the Wuhan laboratory where some believe that Sars-Cov2 could originate or escape.

In recent months, he has combined the news of the pandemic with his Sunday program on the paranormal, lately focused on events that shocked society or that are still pending resolution. If two weeks ago you made a special about the Ortuella tragedy, last Sunday he recalled the crime of the Marquis of Urquijo -in the eighties-. During the program, statements such as “crime can respond to a financial plot with high-level political implications” could be heard.

The day after the broadcast, the journalist tweeted alleged threats: “To all those who willingly tell me not to ‘touch on certain topics’, do not worry. I am to wonder about everything with freedom. And for discussion at home. To those who tell me that ‘I will appear in a gutter’ because I sincerely hope that the blood does not reach the river ». It is not the first time that Iker Jiménez’s broadcasts have generated controversy on social networks.

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The impact of the tweet was huge. So much so that Iker Jiménez himself shared the news on Twitter and again launched a message about journalism: «I always believed that this was the job. Play those issues on TV me and teach us about freedom and the fearful system in which we live.

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