Last week on my Twitter account I uploaded a video in which the presidential convoy is seen entering Marquelia, Guerrero state, which said: At risk. President López Obrador passes by an armed man, as if nothing else, as documented in the video that I attached.
After this, the presidential spokesman, Jesús Ramírez, uploaded another in which he celebrated: We inaugurated the section “Who is who in the lies”. The government does not stigmatize the press or journalists; Fake news, misinformation and slander are called to the attention, to which I responded: Tell me, Jesús Ramírez, in which part of the tweet I lied when I said: President López Obrador passes in front of an armed man. Can you tell me where the lie is? It is my right of reply. I await the answer.
Obviously, he did not answer, his spokeswoman did it yesterday, who is the President’s, saying that mine is a question that appears innocent, but contributes to the conversation about the drug traffickers, the hitmen and the President, which is a lie.
And he added from the impunity of the morning scaffold: If he is a community policeman, why would the President have to react? And from there it jumps: Or does Mr. López-Dóriga tweet without knowing what he is spreading or does he do it in bad faith by ignoring that he is a community police officer from Guerrero?
The fact that he is a community policeman does not deny what I pointed out: President López Obrador passes by an armed man, as if nothing happened, which his spokeswoman could not deny in her hollow rhetoric and went to the false recourse that we – uses the first of the plural – we consider that it is a misleading tweet and we are clarifying the point, which is another lie: it is not clarifying, let alone denying, any point.
She considers mine to be a misleading tweet.
I reserve the certain considerations that I have of her.
1. THE GAS. He had told him about the spike in international gas prices, from 1.60 to 3.12 a gallon, and of President López Obrador’s announcement to set a ceiling price for him. Yesterday he changed it to create a state distribution company, Gas Bienestar, which in three months will be selling cylinders in the popular neighborhoods of Mexico City. Let’s see;
2. ASSAULT. It is inexplicable, or unexplained, the seizure of the Puebla state police of the facilities of the University of the Americas. Its rector, Luis Ernesto Derbez, told me that he does not know the authors of the coup and that it is the only university attacked by the government since University City, in September 1968. Who is behind this coup ?; Y
3. PANDEMIC. The third wave of covid is undeniable, although the government has been controlling the curve for months. Yesterday the cases exceeded 8 thousand, as in the worst days in February when the trend was down, with the aggravation that now it is going up and the traffic light paints yellow.