Spanish Nets Go Nuts Over Their Impeachment ‘Evidence’

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Every few days, the nation’s Spanish-speaking news outlets seem to obsess about one word, or term, and repeat it constantly in order to hammer their audiences on their chosen points of view as the last- pun intended- word.

This compilation is from the January 15 and 16, 2020 newscasts at Telemundo, Univision and CNN en Español. Witness the nets’ new fascination with the “evidence”, in reference to new allegations against President Trump ahead of his impeachment proceedings: 

 

 

CRISTINA LONDOÑO, TELEMUNDO MEDIODIA: These prosecutors are going to represent the House of Representatives in the Senate. They collect all the evidence.

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In a procession from the Lower House to the Upper House, Democrats handed the Senate, the evidence to begin the impeachment process against President Trump.

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JOSE DÍAZ-BALART, TELEMUNDO NEWS: Cristina, but now new evidence is coming to light that could complicate the defense of the representative.

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CRISTINA LONDOÑO: That's right Jose, the Democrats want to see that evidence.

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DIAZ-BALART: That there's evidence against President Trump

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SYLVIA GARCIA: We already have the investigations and all the evidence

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JUAN CARLOS LOPEZ, CNN EN ESPAÑOL: At least that's the goal, to present the evidence

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NICOLE SUÁREZ, UN NUEVO DÍA: We start with the new evidence

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JAVIER VEGA: Democrats handed over the evidence to the Senate to begin the impeachment process against President Trump.

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CAROLINA SARASSA, UNEWS: On the eve of the Senate trial, Democrats bolster their case against president trump and their case for more evidence

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PAOLA BYRON: As President Trump rallied to supporters, there is new evidence.

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New evidence collected by investigators

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Democrats say the new evidence turned over by Parnas goes to the core of their case against President Trump.

Absent from all of the reports quoted above, in addition to actual “evidence”, was any perspective from conservative sources other than a quick quote from Mario Díaz-Balart (R-FL) on Telemundo that, in effect, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi did this to prevent the President from being re-elected.

They also failed to include a single point of view refuting the Democrats’ conclusions of what turned out to be he-said, she-said partisan demagoguery in a process that began on the day Donald Trump won the United States presidential election.

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