After the King told the scumbag the vanezuelans call President to "shut up" at a summit in Chile, our Golden Chavismo boy was so hurt he organized a press conference (surprise suprise) and accused the King of Spain to be one of the supporters of the 2002 coup against him.
Chavez claimed that Spain's ambassador had backed interim president Pedro Carmona and appeared at Venezuela's presidential palace during the two-day coup in 2002. He demanded to know how deeply King Juan Carlos had been involved.
But reading deeper into the piece, you find the real reason for having this conference
"I hope this will not damage relations," Chavez said as he left his
Santiago hotel room Sunday morning. "But I think it's imprudent for a
king to shout at a president to shut up."
"Mr. King, we are not going to shut up," he said.
Ooooh, nice comeback. The King said shut up and Chavez took a day to say "No"! So, ladies and gentlemen, we are now witnessing the first President-King Kindergarden fight in History:
"No! Not gonna. Can't make me. can't hear ya. Lalalalalalalala!"
Don't you just feel safe for the future of your children?