As the issue of Puerto Rico funding was in the national news again, the liberal media turned to their favorite anti-Trump personality on the island, Bernie Sanders presidential campaign co-chair and San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz, as opposed to Governor Ricardo Rosselló (D) or the territory’s sole non-voting representative in Congress, Jenniffer González (R).



Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló (D) achieved a lot of free press on the Mainland, with help and direction from CNN’s Jim Acosta. But Telemundo needlessly took the governor’s remarks a step further. In the clip below, Telemundo senior anchor José Díaz-Balart hypes Rosselló’s inflammatory remarks by misrepresenting them:



CNN's Jim Acosta interviewed Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello, focusing on his efforts to secure disaster relief for the island in the wake of Hurricane Maria. During the interview, Acosta could not resist asking Rossello a leading question; namely if he thought he was “dealing with a bully” in President Trump. Rossello took the bait, warning that “if the bully gets close, I’ll punch the bully in the mouth.”



“He who excuses himself, accuses himself.” — Puerto Rican proverb. More than 109 lobbyists and 39 Democrat Members of Congress attended a “winter retreat” last weekend in Puerto Rico, ostensibly to help raise funds for damage caused by Hurricane Maria in 2017, reports Fox News. The fun in the sun was enhanced by a limited run of the Broadway hit “Hamilton,” starring its creator, lead actor, and Democrat partisan, Lin-Manuel Miranda.



El reporte de Univisión sobre el allanamiento del FBI al edificio municipal de San Juan de Puerto Rico muestra fuertes indicios de sesgo por incriminación, es decir, lo que hubiese sido un reporte neutral, acabó siendo uno contaminado con implicaciones viciadas.



La jueza del tribunal supremo de los Estados Unidos Sonia Sotomayor entró en la quimera de la politiquería a pesar de reconocer que no debía hacerlo durante su gira de promoción de su nuevo libro, ocasión que aprovechó para atacar la respuesta del gobierno federal al huracán María en Puerto Rico y exhortar a los electores latinos a ir a las urnas “para cambiar esta vida de nosotros los latinos”.



Despite acknowledging that she should not do so, on her current book tour United States Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor nevertheless waded into politicking, bashing both the Federal Government’s response to Hurricane María in Puerto Rico and exhorting Latino voters to go to the polls “to change this life for us Latinos.”



Univision’s report on the raid of the San Juan administrative building carried out by the FBI shows a strong instance of bias by framing- wherein an otherwise neutral report is contaminated by biased framing.



La columna más reciente de Jorge Ramos sobre Puerto Rico muestra que nunca le importó la Isla excepto como algo para señalar en su guerra infinita contra Donald Trump o en su esfuerzo quijotesco por impulsar a separatistas.



Jorge Ramos’ most recent op-ed on Puerto Rico proves he’s never really cared about Puerto Rico, except as something to point at in his endless war against Donald Trump or in his quixotic promotion of Puerto rican separatists.



Un contingente de reporteros anti-Trump recientemente se desplegó a Puerto Rico con motivo del primer aniversario del huracán María. Los reportajes que presentaron sobre la visita tienen algo en común: contenido que deliberadamente oculta la magnitud de la ayuda federal que está propulsando gran parte de la recuperación en la Isla.



A numerous contingent of liberal, anti-Trump reporters recently made a point of traveling to Puerto Rico to produce “one-year anniversary” Hurricane María stories that were rife with content that deliberately either maligned or hid the magnitude of federal aid that is largely responsible for powering the island’s ongoing recovery.