There are indeed two different segments by CNN and NBC that show an interview with two different men identified as the father of Amerie Jo Garza.
- It is clear that both segments are talking about the same girl with both segments showing a picture of the girl hold an honor roll certificate with her name here and here.
- The men in the different segment are clearly different people. Besides obvious appearance, the father in the CNN segment is identified as "Angel Garza", the father in the NBC segment is identified as "Alfred Garza III".
Contrary to the claim in the video clip from the OP, neither segment ever claims that either of the interviewed men are the biological father of the child. In fact, the obituary for Amerie Jo Garza states:
Amerie Jo Garza, 10, of Uvalde died May 24, 2022 at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
Visitation will take place on Monday, May 30, 2022 from noon to 9:00 p.m. at Hillcrest Memorial Funeral Home where a Rosary will take place at 6:00 P.M. Mass is set for Tuesday, May 31, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
She was born on May 10, 2012 in Uvalde, Texas to Kimberly Garcia and
Alfred Garza III.
She is survived by her father, Alfred Garza III and companion Viviana
Granados, of Uvalde; mother, Kimberly Garcia and step-father Angel
Garza, of Uvalde; One brother, Zayne Garza, of Uvalde; Grandparents
Alfredo Garza Jr., Dora Mendoza and husband Fidencio Garcia, Berlinda
and husband Ponciano Arreola and all of Uvalde, Joe Garza and wife
Gracie of El Campo; Five Aunts Laura Garza, Vivian Garcia, Victoria
Garcia, Desirae Garza, all of Uvalde; Sara Garza of El Campo; Five
Uncles Jose Martinez, Fidencio Garcia Jr. both of Uvalde; Christopher
Carbajal of Reading, Pennsylvania; Joe Garza Jr. and Jeremy Garza,
both of El Campo and numerous cousins.
She is preceded in death by Grandparents Ruby Garza, Alfredo Garza
Sr., Anita Garza, Emma Mendoza, Valente Mendoza and Gilberto Garcia;
Great-Grandparents Delfino Vasquez and Viviana T. Vasquez
Pallbearers Jose Salinas, Vale Mendoza, Jose Martinez, Jose Chavez,
Issac Esparza, all of Uvalde; Joe Garza Jr., of El Campo.
Amerie Jo Garza was a kind, caring, blunt, loving, sweet, sassy and of
course funny little diva who “hated dresses” but nonetheless; she
truly had a heart of gold. She loved to eat at Chick-Fil-A and vanilla
bean frape from Starbucks. Her favorite hobbies were swimming,
drawing, and most of all spending time with family. Amerie biggest
dream was to become an Art teacher due to her ambitions for
creativity. A protector of her brother and as we now know her
classmates. This world will never have another Amerie. She will truly
(Bolding added for emphasis).
So, yes both men are the girl's father.