Former President Felipe Calderón accuses AMLO of “Fake News”

[Photo: Screenshot / Wikimedia Commons]

MEXICO, (December 07, 2021).- The former president of Mexico, Felipe Calderón attacked Andrés Manuel López Obrador for his “fake news” after the current president published on social networks that he was on board the train at the new Felipe Ángeles airport, for which Calderón assured that the transportation did not exist.

This Sunday, December 5th, López Obrador posted on his social networks a video in which he is shown in the company of his wife Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller , the Head of Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, among other officials.

The president mentioned that they were on board the new train from the Felipe Ángeles airport.

“The Mexico-Pachuca highway is extended to 8 lanes. Other roads are being built and the road from Lechería to Felipe Ángeles airport to get by train from the center of the city, Buenavista station, to the new airport in 45 minutes ” reads López Obrador’s tweet.

After this publication, the journalist, Joaquín López Dóriga , shared the video assuring that the wagon the president was in was a simulator and that he and all the other high-rank officials there were pretending they were riding the train, but it was only a simulation.

“They uploaded @lopezobrador_ in a simulator. And gave it as real. So # 4-T. And all happy. The wagon doesn’t even move.”

Journalist Joaquin Lopez Doriga on his Twitter account.

Given this situation, Felipe Calderón shared López Dóriga’s publication and pointed out that the president was being a good example of “Fake News” for traveling on a train that does not exist, and declared that he manipulated the images with prerecorded videos.

He demanded that Elizabeth Garcia Vilchis , in charge of the section at Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s press conference, “who is who in the lies of the week” to present the case of the fake news disseminated by the president himself.

“A good example of” Fake News “: traveling on a train that does not exist, based on manipulating the images with pre-recorded videos. Let the young lady who can’t read in her section of lies of the week take them out. And that does not come out with that “it is not false but it is exaggerated”. (Translation of Felipe Calderón’s Tweet).

Internet users attack journalist López Dóriga

After the controversy that this train “simulator” generated, the user “right of reply” shared a video from another angle of the train in which he denies the famous montage that caused so much controversy.

Take your obtuse montage; That is the problem of not having traveled and of allowing hatred to block his brain. ‘#LordMontajes’ “wrote on Twitter.

Source: Sipse



Comments

comments