Tomorrow, a number of people will protest in downtown Miami to oppose how the media is portraying the Honduras crisis. According to these folks, who will apparently meet at 10:30 a.m. under the scorching heat, will hit the streets to express their opinion on the media supporting the coup. According to this group, they believe the media only supports the new government’s procedure and adds that the press has been biased. Now here is my question to them: If the people of Honduras really supported Honduras former president Manuel Zelaya and oppose the current governments move then why are there only 100 people on the border where Zelaya is crying to the current government to let him back in?
Rodolfo Roman is the host and director of The Roman Show. He is also a ring announcer for international mixed martial arts promotion Titan FC airing on UFC Fight Pass and a freelance writer for The Miami Herald.