ABC Blames GOP Flipping Miami on 'Disinformation' in Latino Community

November 8th, 2022 10:25 PM

One of the early races to be called on Election Day was the Florida gubernatorial race when incumbent Republican Ron DeSantis trounced Democrat Charlie Crist by a historic margin, and the key to that victory was flipping historically blue Miami-Dade County red. But according to ABC’s Maria Elena Salinas, the county flipped because Democrats had given up fighting for Florida and the “…


Bitter Nets: GOP ‘Disinformation’ ‘Scared’ FL Latinos Away from Dems

November 3rd, 2020 10:57 PM

In the early hours of Tuesday’s election night specials on the broadcast networks, multiple liberal journalists were beset by the fact that President Trump was doing far better than expected in Florida and South Florida, due in large part of what they called “disinformation” that successfully “scared” Latinos with fears of Democrats implementing “socialism.”


Nets Annoyed There’s No ‘Hope’ at ‘Aggressive,’ ‘Dark,’ ‘Red Meat’ RNC

August 25th, 2020 3:28 AM

In contrast to their reactions last week to night one of the 2020 DNC, the “big three” networks of ABC, CBS, and NBC were dismayed, perturbed, and upset by night one of the virtual 2020 RNC that they deemed a night that was almost entirely “apocalyptic,” “dark,” and thus the opposite of “upbeat and optimistic.” Along with their reaction to Senator Tim Scott’s speech, various network…


Heart of Joe: CBS Lauds Biden’s ‘Incredible,’ ‘Soaring’ DNC Speech

August 21st, 2020 2:49 AM

While nowhere near Barack Obama in terms of infatuation, the liberal media did their best on Thursday night to sing the praises of Joe Biden following his 2020 DNC acceptance speech. And CBS did its part, trumpeting his “great,” “incredible,” “soaring” speech “from the heart” that was the “strongest” of his career.


Networks Profess Love for ‘Very Relatable’ Kamala’s ‘Soaring Speech’

August 20th, 2020 2:42 AM

As much as the broadcast networks would have liked to, they couldn’t spend all week talking about Barack and Michelle Obama during their coverage of the virtual 2020 DNC. That said, they were able to muster fawning praise Wednesday night for vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris’s “soaring speech,” ensuring Americans “saw [Harris and Joe Biden] as human beings.” 


CBS Omitted U.S. Attorney Pledging to Prosecute Empoyers of Illegals

August 15th, 2019 11:00 PM
On Wednesday, CBS Evening News and special contributor Maria Elena Salinas were up in arms because, so far, the Mississippi food processing plants raided by Immigration and Customs Enforcement last week were not being prosecuted. The report was largely designed to make it seem as though the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi, Mike Hurst was not serious about prosecuting them.…

CBS Presses for Employers of Illegals to Be Separated from Families

August 14th, 2019 11:21 PM
Since the Immigration and Customs Enforcement workplace raid last week, the liberal media have grown increasingly radical in how they cover immigration. In a nearly five-minute-long report on CBS Evening News on Wednesday, special contributor Maria Elena Salinas (you might remember her from her time on Univision) delivered an emotionally drive, one-sided report condemning the raids and presses a…

Telemundo Analyst Says Dems Speaking Spanish Shows 'They Care'

June 27th, 2019 4:18 PM
Telemundo analyst Maria Elena Salinas joined MSNBC Live guest host Chris Jansing and Neera Tanden of Think Progress in Miami on Thursday to offer some thoughts on Wednesday's Democratic Debate. During the segment one could hardly tell the difference between the President of Think Progress and the one who claims to be a journalist.

Desde el baúl de los recuerdos: ¡niños, no crucen la frontera!

June 24th, 2018 1:59 PM
El debate sobre las detenciones de menores y la separación familiar se ha intensificado desde que el presidente Donald Trump emitió su orden ejecutiva. Pero un video de 2014 muestra que las conversaciones respecto al tema tenían un giro muy distinto hace apenas cuatro años.

Throwback Thursday: Don’t Cross the Border, Kids!

June 21st, 2018 7:20 PM
Debate over child detentions and family separation at the border has gone into overdrive in the wake of President Trump’s executive order. But a video from 2014 shows that discussions of coming into the United States took on a very different tone just four years ago.

Univisión se alista a culpar republicanos de fracaso de DACA

December 18th, 2017 4:58 PM
No es un secreto que altos niveles de inmigración a los Estados Unidos son críticos para la sobrevivencia a largo plazo de la cadena Univisión. Por tanto, la posición de la cadena requiere que se echen a perder posibles acuerdos migratorios de consenso que podrían ser tan solo un pedazo de la "enchilada completa" cuando se trata de lograr una aministía migratoria para millones de personas…

Univision Sets GOP Up for Blame on Failure to Reach DACA Deal

December 13th, 2017 4:42 PM
It is no secret that high levels of immigration are crucial to the long-term survival of Univision. Accordingly, the network’s position requires the scuttling of potential compromises that could potentially constitute less than “the whole enchilada” when it comes to securing a massive amnesty for millions of people currently unlawfully present in the country. The current battle over the future of…

María Elena Salinas se va de Univisión: una mirada retrospectiva

October 30th, 2017 4:40 PM
Tras 30 años como presentadora de su noticiero nacional, María Elena Salinas, se retira de la cadena Univision.  En la ocasión de su retiro, hemos recopilado esta serie de cinco instancias cuando la renombrada copresentadora de Jorge Ramos fue objeto de análisis por MRC Latino. 

María Elena Salinas Ends Three-Decade Univision Run: A Retrospective

October 30th, 2017 3:26 PM
María Elena Salinas has announced the end of her more than 30-year run as anchor of Univision's principal national evening newscast. As a contribution to the retirement festivities, we have compiled this series of five instances in which Salinas' work was the object of analysis at MRC Latino.