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Gilbert Remulla slammed for overhyping “photoshopped” images of BBM rally

It showed the dictator’s son on stage waving to what appears thousands of supporters. Even those with zero experience in graphic design knew that the images got edited.

People called out journalist Gilbert Remulla for overselling presidential aspirant Bongbong Marcos’ turnout in the Kalinga rally.

Remulla supports Marcos, and his recent tweet was understandable, but the only problem was the manipulated photograph.

It showed the dictator’s son on stage waving to what appears thousands of supporters. Even those with zero experience in graphic design knew that the images were edited.

Close-up shots showed the even to be successful. However, from the point of view of a drone, the turnout was lackluster.

Remulla’s attempt to sell the photos was embarrassing.

Marcos still leads the presidential surveys, but Vice President Leni Robredo’s rallies almost always have more attendees, prompting voters to question the authenticity and validity of the results.

Recently, UniTeam moved rallies on different dates due to a “conflict of schedules.”

Ogie Diaz had to say something as well.

During his Kalinga visit, Marcos promised to address the issue of increasing electric bills.

His apparent decline in popularity is mainly attributed to his lack of down-to-earth qualities. However, a new survey suggests women prefer him over Robredo.

“Marcos scored 63 percent in urban areas; 62 percent in rural; 54 percent in Class ABC; 66 percent in Class D; and 57 percent in Class E,” the Marcos camp said, citing surveys conducted by Laylo Research in January and February.


“Overall, Marcos is way ahead in the Laylo Research survey last February after registering 63 percent preference rating against 17 percent of Robredo,” it added.

Written by paulie walnuts

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