Government video promoting poverty circulates on social networks – Government says it is false.
MEXICO (Times Media Mexico) – The video talks about Baja California South and the fact that the population “has found happiness in austerity.” AMLO’s statements, however, it wasn’t broadcast on the social networks of dependence.
The video lasts about a minute. The government claims it is not theirs and that the “Welfare Secretariat” did not share it on its social networks. The video was shared among social network users.
“Baja California Sur” es tendencia por las reacciones a este video. pic.twitter.com/IiJTUYLYJ2— ¿Por qué es Tendencia? (@porkestendencia) May 22, 2020
Thousands of people made severe criticisms regarding the content, which assures that “our wealth as a people must be measured in our assets as it was done in the neoliberal period,” where even a cartoon appears evoking the former president, Carlos Salinas. Some people claim the video is real but leaked. After receiving such amount of criticisms, the government decided to deny its origin.
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