Cuando la prensa a sabiendas tergiversa reportes sobre estadísticas para imponer su narrativa particular, tal como lo hizo con un estudio de Harvard acerca del huracán María y las muertes que supuestamente ocasionó en Puerto Rico, contribuye al empeño de convertir el duelo boricua en balón político para fines electorales.
When media knowingly and willfully misreport data stories in service of a narrative, as with the Harvard study on deaths related to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, they contribute to the ongoing effort to commodify grief for political gain.
If you go by what you hear from liberal media outlets, especially Univision, Puerto Rico has received next to nothing in U.S. government aid since Hurricane María struck last September. For partisan political purposes, Democrat politicians like San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz are all too happy to work hand-in-glove with the liberal media in propagating this myth, as was the case during a recent round of interviews the Mayor had on Univision.
Univision senior anchor Jorge Ramos' latest interview of Carmen Yulín Cruz- the absentee mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico- proves that if you are a radical separatist and #Resist Donald Trump, you too can receive VIP treatment on the network's Sunday political talker, Al Punto.
Hace poco, le tocó a la comediante Samantha Bee mostrar que sigue vigente el convertir el dolor y la tragedia humana en Puerto Rico en "commodity" político para fines electoreros liberales.
This week, it was Samantha Bee's turn to show that the commodification of Puerto Rican grief and tragedy for liberal political gain continues apace.
El más reciente informe sobre las dificultades que enfrentan los puertorriqueños desplazados en el Centro de la Florida se queda corto, en gran parte debido a su intento craso de convertir la tragedia humana infligida por el huracán María en balón político
Univision's latest report on the plight of displaced Puerto Ricans in Central Florida falls flat, in large part, due to its transparently brazen effort to turn tragedy in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria into a political commodity.
As much of the U.S. shivers under extreme cold, the liberal media lashed out at President Donald Trump over a tweet about global warming, portraying him as stupid or confused about the difference between weather and climate. Trump had tweeted, “In the East, it could be the COLDEST New Year’s Eve on record. Perhaps we could use a little bit of that good old Global Warming that our Country, but not other countries, was going to pay TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS to protect against. Bundle up!”
Se avecina el final de 2017, y con ello Univisión aprovechó una última oportunidad para colocar el foco sobre una de las querendonas nuevas de la cadena: Carmen Yulín Cruz, la alcaldesa separatista radical de San Juan, Puerto Rico.
As 2017 draws to a close, Univision took one last opportunity to spotlight one of the network's new favorites: Carmen Yulín Cruz, the radical separatist mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Appearing as a guest on Saturday's Smerconish show, CNN presidential historian Douglas Brinkley was blatantly negative in his assessment of President Donald Trump's first year in office as the liberal historian fearmongered about "climate change" and the President "desecrating public lands" He also dismissed the Republican tax cut as something that "doesn't really excite people."