In the Trump era, TV and liberal media always seem to want to talk about immigration. Of course, they never seem to know the difference between legal and illegal immigration, so it usually comes off as nothing more than bashing Trump and border laws. Based on the Epic Magazine collection of stories with the same name, the Apple TV+ series Little America is sadly another example of a show being political at the expense of good characters.
On Thursday morning, Fox and Friends made time for the kind of story that is a reminder of how important it is to enforce immigration laws and deport aliens who commit serious crimes rather than allow liberal sanctuary cities to cover for them.
The series premiere of Paramount’s 68 Whiskey on January 15, “Buckley’s Goat,” introduces viewers to the boozed up, foul-mouthed (they drop uncensored f-bombs 25 times in 60 minutes), overly sexed (the very first scene involves soldiers getting it on) Army medics stationed in Afghanistan.
From the pilot alone, it’s clear that Freeform’s Party of Five reboot supports illegal immigration. From the third episode, it’s clear that the show also supports pretty much every other crime to cover for illegal immigration. At this point, it’s a wonder if any liberals support border laws at all.
In another attempt at establishing California as America´s wonderland for undocumented immigrants, governor Gavin Newsom “promised that there will be state health coverage for all people over 65,” whether they are in the United States legally of not, a move that according to Univision News, will only cost the state´s taxpayers $121 million a year.
At Univision, the campaign to blitz their newscasts audiences with liberal propaganda is gaining momentum by the day, with anchors unabashedly filling the airwaves with racial grievance and a non-stop resolve to portray President Donald Trump as “anti-immigrant”.
What’s Univision’s new pitch regarding illegal immigration? If you follow a three-minute report led by anchor Jorge Ramos, it is to entice immigrants into crossing illegally into the United States from the North which, according to him, is easier, cheaper and safer.
If there’s a single show to represent how awful liberal bias can get, it’s Freeform’s Party of Five. First off, the show is a reboot of a popular series that no one wanted. Second, it’s used as a blatant excuse to shove in a forced illegal immigration agenda. Third, and most importantly, it’s not even that good. TV in 2020 can’t get much worse than this.
2020 is shaping up to be worse than 2019 if Netflix has anything to say about it. After releasing a gory fantasy just days before Christmas, Netflix kicked off the New Year with its religious drama Messiah. Let's just say the violence may have been preferable compared to this.
The first Sunday of 2020 offered no shortage of things to be discussed on the nation’s Sunday public affairs shows. However, Univision took the opportunity to show how committed it is to immigration advocacy, and how disconnected from the public it claims to serve.
Univisión no cesa de asombrar por su asombrosa capacidad para torcer cualquier buena noticia relacionada con el gobierno de Trump y adaptarla a su agenda política.
Remember Twister, the game that ties you up in knots? That is a perfect way to describe Univision News’ ability to twist any good news related to the Trump Administration to fit its political agenda. One recent report about a new healthcare plan for persons in U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) custody along the Southwest Border is such an example.