By Jorge Bonilla | April 23, 2017 | 11:12 PM EDT

Cuando cubrimos la entrevista más receinte del congresista Luis Gutiérrez en Al Punto, planteamos que el legislador radical de Chicago estaba haciendo el papel de director de noticias cuando comprometió las cámaras de Univision a estar presentes en las marchas del primero de mayo. Resulta que Gutiérrez estaba ejerciendo también de organizador de restaurantes, y aparentemente dio información equivocada.

By Jorge Bonilla | April 21, 2017 | 4:34 PM EDT

When we covered Rep. Luis Gutiérrez' most recent interview on Univision's Al Punto, we suggested that the radical Chicago congressman was playing news director when he affirmed that Univision's cameras would definitely be present at the May Day marches. It turns out that Gutierrez was also playing restaurant scheduler, apparently giving out some false information in the process:

By Jorge Bonilla | April 16, 2017 | 10:34 PM EDT

¿Qué sucede cuando el congresista favorito de Univision honra, como lo hace con gran frecuencia, el set de su programa dominical de asuntos políticos? Pueden esperarse distorsiones, historia revisada, y puro partidismo en su forma más agria. Sin embargo, esta vez, el congresista Luis Gutiérrez (D-IL) asumió el rol de director de noticias.

By Jorge Bonilla | April 13, 2017 | 2:59 PM EDT

What happens when Univision's go-to Member of Congress graces, as he does routinely, the network's Sunday show set? You get distortions, revised history, and pure partisanship. This time, though, Congressman Luis Gutiérrez (D-IL) also acted as news director.

By Brad Wilmouth | February 18, 2017 | 9:08 PM EST

On Saturday's AM Joy on MSNBC, after NewsMax's J.D. Hayworth appeared on a panel where he was outnumbered by liberals 3:1, host Joy Reid repeatedly attempted to race-bait the former Republican congressman with stories that ranged from false to misleading, and ended up kicking him off the show when she was dissatisfied with how he answered her questions. Reid: "I think we're done with this segment because you literally answered a non sequitur that's incredibly offensive. I'm going to let Rosie Perez talk about the -- thank you for being here. No, you know what, what an odd exchange."

By Brad Wilmouth | January 27, 2017 | 5:56 AM EST

Congressman Luis Gutierrez, a Democrat representing areas of Chicago, appeared as a guest on Thursday's New Day on CNN to discuss President Donald Trump's criticism of Chicago's leadership for the rising crime situation in the city. CNN host Alisyn Camerota failed to push back as her liberal guest began ranting that the National Rifle Association was partly to blame for increased homicides in his city.

By Jorge Bonilla | January 24, 2017 | 8:30 AM EST

Univision continues to disseminate fake news with regard to unrepentant FALN terrorist Oscar López Rivera, whose prison sentence was commuted by former President Barack Obama during his final hours in office. The latest instance of this image rehab happened on Sunday's edition of the network's weekly public affairs program, Al Punto, and featured some of the usual suspects.

By Jorge Bonilla | January 24, 2017 | 7:00 AM EST

Univision sigue diseminando noticias falsas ('fake news") con respecto al terrorista impenitente de la FALN Oscar López Rivera, cuya sentencia de prisión fue recientemente conmutada por el presidente saliente Barack Obama. La instancia más reciente de esta rehabilitación de imagen se difundió en la edición más reciente de Al Punto...estelarizada por los sospechosos de costumbre.

By Jorge Bonilla | January 19, 2017 | 7:31 AM EST

El congresista Luis Gutiérrez publicó un editorial asombroso en El Nuevo Día de Puerto Rico a escasas horas del anuncio de que el presidente Barack Obama ordenó la conmutación de la sentencia de Oscar López Rivera. Y el mismo contiene una gran lección.

By Jorge Bonilla | January 18, 2017 | 3:01 PM EST

Congressman Luis Gutiérrez penned an astounding op-ed for El Nuevo Día (Puerto Rico) in the immediate aftermath of the commutation of convicted terrorist Oscar López Rivera's prison sentence. And there is a fascinating lesson within.

By Jorge Bonilla | April 18, 2016 | 10:48 AM EDT

On Monday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of United States v. Texas - the case in which a coalition of 26 states, led by Texas, sued the Obama administration over the executive DACA/DAPA programs. On the leading domestic Spanish-language television network newscasts, the case was given existential treatment. Unfortunately, the coverage was just as one-sided as we would have expected.