Jorge Ramos Proclaims 2018 'Year Of The Resistance'

Fresh from his year-end African safari (with subsequent column already in the bag), Univision anchor Jorge Ramos graces Twitter with a bold proclamation, decreeing that 2018 shall be the "Year Of The Resistance." Funny, I thought that was what 2017 was.

Here's Ramos in full unfettered bloom, conclusively proving that he still hasn't learned anything after gambling (and losing) his credibility in 2016:

No one, anywhere, has profited more from getting thrown out of a press conference than Univision's Jorge Ramos, who spun his August 2015 ejection into multiple awards, documentaries, and two books. Ramos sure made some fantastic lemonade out of an ïmpossible year" that "was not supposed to happen." Some "worst time of his life" Ramos had there, huh. 

The truth is that what little sympathy Ramos may have cultivated in opposition to Donald Trump is quickly squandered with all the extreme-left policies he seeks to shove down his viewers' throats: for example, his endorsement of the culture of death as evidenced both by his embrace of euthanasia and his boosterism of Planned Parenthood, as well as his promotion of radicals such as convicted FALN terrorist Oscar López Rivera and unpopular Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz of San Juan, Puerto Rico. 

It is no secret that Ramos had a clear stake in the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, his behavior has revealed as much. It is also clear that Ramos intends to triple down on his "Resistance" at the expense of actual journalism, "worst year" complaints notwithstanding.

 

 


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