After De Mauleón, now they charge Brozo from Canal Once

The collaborator of the program “De Buena Fe”, Stephanie Veloz, referred to the comedian and journalist, Victor Trujillo, as “clown and tramp”, alluding to his character Brozo, when talking about the issue of vaccines against Covid-19 that the journalist touched on his website space Standard.

“The bad faith of the reactionaries in Mexico has led them to wear multiple disguises in order to gain a place in public discussion. Sometimes they have presented themselves as expert epidemiologists, other times as human rights defenders … and when flat their imagination runs out, they wear their most natural skin, that of a vagabond clown, for them there is no better representative than the comedian or journalist, Víctor Trujillo, better known as Brozo. “

Before this mention in the program transmitted by Canal 11Víctor Trujillo sarcastically thanked the “editorial piece in one of the preponderant spaces of what was once the educational and cultural television of my country,” he said.

Also read: They criticize the use of Channel Once to attack those who think about the AMLO government

A few weeks ago, Estefanía Veloz was criticized on social networks for using the television space in which she collaborates to point out “misinformation” on the issue of Covid-19 pandemic, for which politicians, journalists and artists criticized the use of Channel 11 to attack those who think about the president’s government Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Even Héctor de Mauleón, columnist for EL UNIVERSAL, pointed out at that time, on his Twitter account that the program in which Veloz collaborates is used to attack those who criticize the López Obrador government.

“The lack of scruples that Estefanía Veloz shows here is incredible. These servants of the regime, burned before their 30th birthday, are moved. Anyway, ”De Mauleón wrote on social networks.

Likewise, Víctor Trujillo said that in 35 years of doing professional television he never saw “such a despicable ‘opinion’ firecracker, nor such a pitiful reading of the prompter”


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