Univision: It Is Important For Immigrants That Trump Be Defeated

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At Univision, the campaign to blitz their newscasts audiences with liberal propaganda is gaining momentum by the day, with anchors unabashedly filling the airwaves with racial grievance and a non-stop resolve to portray President Donald Trump as “anti-immigrant”.

This report, about a new ad in Spanish for Democrat presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg, is a perfect example of how anchor Patricia Janiot frames the news to suit the networks ́ political agenda. In this case, stating “how important it is for immigrants that Trump be defeated”. Here's your daily reminder that Univision is a liberal immigration-advocacy PAC with a broadcast license:

 

 

PATRICIA JANIOT: In an attempt to court the vote of the growing Latino electorate, Democratic presidential primary candidate Michael Bloomberg launched his first Spanish-language television ad. In the video, Bloomberg, the grandson of immigrants, highlights precisely how important it is for immigrants that Trump be defeated, after implementing tough policies against OUR community

Introducing Bloomberg as a Latino-friendly candidate that speaks “his trademark Spanish” in the ad, reporter Peggy Carranza emphasized how he attempted to “lure the Hispanic vote”, by addressing the border wall and migrant children. 

However, the report ends by turning on Bloomberg, with Carranza exposing how his “stop-and-frisk” policy, “which disproportionately affected Hispanics and African-Americans in New York when he was mayor” as an issue with undecided voters like one interviewed who states: “He hasn't done much for us in the past, so words aren't enough. We’ll have to see actions.”

Quite the admission in a report that began by stating that it was Trump who implemented “tough policies against OUR community”.

Click "expand" to read the full transcript of the aforementioned report, as aired on Univision's Edicion Nocturna on Thursday, January 9th, 2020: 

Noticiero Univisión: Evening Edition 

January 9, 2020 

PATRICIA JANIOT: In an attempt to court the vote of the growing Latino electorate, Democratic presidential primary candidate Michael Bloomberg launched his first Spanish-language television ad. In the video Bloomberg, the grandson of immigrants, highlights precisely how important it is for immigrants that Trump be defeated, after implementing tough policies against OUR community. Peggy Carranza has more.

PEGGY CARRANZA: In his trademark Spanish, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg launched his first Spanish-language election advertisement for television and digital platforms.

BLOOMBERG: Together, we're going to rebuild the nation.

CARRANZA: The democratic presidential primary candidate seeks to capture the Hispanic vote, by addressing the border wall and migrant children in the video.

JOSÉ GONZALES: The aggregate minorities in the United States are already close to half the electoral population. And within minorities, Hispanics are one of the largest if not the largest. Therefore, the Hispanic vote is a decisive vote.

CARRANZA: The billionaire entered the contest in November, months after the other candidates, so he will not participate in the first primary elections. In keeping with his strategy, the ads are expected to air in states that will hold their primary elections on the so-called “Super Tuesday” in March, as well as those that vote afterwards.

But they are not enough for undecided voters like Ginet Miranda and others who criticized his “stop-and-frisk” policy, which disproportionately affected Hispanics and African-Americans in New York when he was mayor, and for which he apologized.

GINET MIRANDA: He hasn't done much for us in the past, so words aren't enough. We’ll have to see actions.

CARRANZA: Bloomberg is estimated to have spent $147,000,000 on TV ads and another $10 million on an ad that will air during the Super Bowl, like President Trump did.

GONZALES: Bloomberg's campaign is going to seek to win in advertising what it lacks in grassroots, in a base election. In fact, advertising spending in the course of his campaign exceeds virtually that of all the primary candidates.

CARRANZA: In addition, the candidate is not receiving donations for his campaign. In New York City, Peggy Carranza, Univision.

 

 

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