In a bid to somehow link him to the terrorist plot against the governor of Michigan, Univision continues to falsely report that President Donald Trump has not condemned white nationalists.
Watch how Univision works this ongoing falsehood into their report on the arrest of the six individuals who conspired to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI), among other officials:
This is not the first time that Univision has spread this lie. In the latest edition of the network's weekly political affairs show Al Punto, host Jorge Ramos insisted that Trump had never condemned white nationalism or the Proud Boys, despite the fact that Trump did exactly that just a few days earlier on Sean Hannity's show on the Fox News network. That didn't matter.
Spanish-language media, in this case Univision, are not afraid to mix two separate events and blatantly attempt to agitate their viewers.
As you will see below, there were (16) other complaints from Trump prior to his condemnation of white nationalists on Hannity, which were also not reported on Univision.
Neither the left, nor the press that does propaganda for them, want to accept this fact. At all costs, they persist in spreading a false narrative linking these groups to President Trump.
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