The Twitter Files revealed the intricacies of the platform's suppression of the New York Post reports on Hunter Biden's infamous laptop, but at the Latino corporate press all that mattered was Donald Trump’s reaction to the bombshell report.
Of course, the Bad Orange Man is always a great excuse to divert -- and overtly ignore -- inconvenient news, as was the case following Elon Musk's release of the censorship files via journalist Matt Taibbi (and then by Bari Weiss).
Univision, for example, aired the story over their morning and midday news editions and not during primetime, giving the actual subject of Twitter’s censorship a skimpy 15 seconds framed within the Trump Derangement Syndrome box. Here we can see anchor Satcha Pretto's opening for the Despierta America segment:
This morning there is growing rejection of former President Trump for saying that parts of the constitution should be canceled following the release of the Twitter censorship files. As per the former president, they revealed massive fraud in the 2020 elections, though he didn't provide any evidence.
"This morning there is growing rejection of former President Trump for saying that parts of the constitution should be canceled following the release of the Twitter censorship files", Pretto began, dismissing the Twitter censorship scandal as Trump election denialism blubber for which the former president “didn't have any evidence”. In opting for this angle, both Univision and Telemundo did their own censoring by not telling their audiences WHY Twitter, along with their cohorts in the MSM, hid the news of Hunter Biden’s laptop and its incriminating contents.
Nothing, nada was conveyed to the Latino net's audiences about the younger Biden's dealings with Burisma, or with China, or about the 10 percent for the 'Big Guy'; nothing on Hunter’s selfies and videos smoking crack, or in the company of prostitutes, among other horrors kept from the viewers of Univision and Telemundo news.
In contrast, reports of San Francisco authorities looking into the allegations of Elon Musk setting up bedrooms at the Twitter headquarters, got their own airtime at the Latino nets, as also did the news of Musk momentarily losing his ranking as the world’s richest man.
The blatant bias that passes for news at the nation's Spanish-speaking corporate press is only made possible thanks to the sponsorship of advertisers like Toyota. You can call them out via this link.