Netizens Expose Inquirer for Allegedly Using El Shaddai Photo on November 5 EDSA Rally Report


Concerned netizens took to social media and exposed the alleged biased reporting of Inquirer as they accused the news network of using an alleged El Shaddai photo on their headline article regarding the November 5, 2017 EDSA Rally.


According to Inquirer's report, thousands of Filipinos marched towards the People Power Monument on Sunday afternoon as part of call of the Roman Catholic Church for people to "start healing" the nation in the midst of killings linked to the Duterte admin's war on drugs.

Veteran soldier who also served as an Army Major in Scout Ranger Regiment, sir Abe Purugganan revealed on his latest social media post that photo allegedly used by Inquirer is indeed fake because it is one of the photos already published by El Shaddai.

Here's the Statement of Sir Abe Purugganan:

Niloloko nila talaga ang mga mamamayang Pilipino. Litrato ng El Shaddai na nag praise and worship sa Luneta ay ginamit ng Inquirer para lang palabasin na maraming nag rally sa EDSA.

Hindi lang ito kasinungalingan kundi panlilinlang.
Sobrang na talaga ang kabulukan ng ating politika kasama dito ang media.

Aside from Sir Abe Purugganan, another concerned netizen, Facebook user, Joseph Dimaano also revealed that the picture used by Inquirer is fake because it was owned by El Shaddai.

Here's the Statement of Joseph Dimaano:

Picture ng El Shaddai 'yang ginamit nyo, magagalit sa inyo si Bro. Mike! Sulitin nyo na ang paninira Inquirer, pag naupo na si Uncle Ramon Ang sa board ewan ko lang kung hindi kayo biglang bait lahat dyan.

Source: Facebook 


Netizens Expose Inquirer for Allegedly Using El Shaddai Photo on November 5 EDSA Rally Report Netizens Expose Inquirer for Allegedly Using El Shaddai Photo on November 5 EDSA Rally Report Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 11/05/2017 Rating: 5

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