The nation's Spanish-speaking media routinely act as a public relations division for Governor Gavin Newsom (D), assiduously delivering content that promotes the California governor as a protector of Latinos.
However, these same national networks suppressed the news of a Hispanic student that was enticed with pizza, vaccinated without parental consent in a Los Angeles school, then warned to not tell his parents.
The unfavorable bit of news that was swept under the rug by all but Los Angeles affiliate Telemundo 52, involved a 13-year-old student at the Barack Obama Global Prep Academy in South L.A. who, according to the report, brought home a vaccine card after having accepted the COVID-19 shot at school.
The child's mother stated that her son -- who has problems with asthma and allergy problems -- accepted the jab when it was offered in exchange for some pizza.
Per the Telemundo affiliate report, minors in California can't consent to vaccination -- something the person who administered the unauthorized vaccination into the 13-year-old was well aware of. As his mother said on camera: "The lady that gave him the shot and signed the paper told my son, 'Please don't say anything. I don't want to get in trouble.'"
Back in August, California made a big splash with the Machiavellian strategy of making the jab attractive to children by offering free pizza, tacos and even pricey wireless headphones in exchange for the COVID-19 shot.
In the meantime, Telemundo, Univision, CNN En Español and Estrella TV, the latter which operates from L.A., continue to bombard their public with COVID fear porn. Dire news such as forced jabs - or serious blunders like vaccinating 100 children with the WRONG dose in Virginia - is considered a no-no. And this, folks, is the real Spanish-language misinformation.
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