Como parte de su programación como la autoproclamada “voz de la resistencia” en contra del gobierno debidamente electo de los Estados Unidos, Fusion, la cadena hermana de Univisión, de habla inglesa, lanza esta semana un programa denominado con el irrisorio título Real America with Jorge Ramos (La verdadera América con Jorge Ramos).



In keeping with the network's self-proclaimed brand as the "voice of the resistance" to the duly elected government of the United States, Fusion, the English-language sister network to Univision, is debuting this week a new show laughlingly titled "Real America with Jorge Ramos."



I came to expect two things after Jorge Ramos’ latest visit to Puerto Rico, where he went in order to “see how things were after the hurricane”: a laughably biased segment on his weekly Al Punto show, along with an awful column. Upon reviewing both, I am more certain than ever that Jorge Ramos doesn’t care about Puerto Rico beyond its usefulness in furtherance of his agenda: his endless war on Donald Trump, the continued elevation of the Mayor of San Juan, and his longstanding advocacy for Puerto Rican independence.



Univision recording artist Residente, host of a current series on Fusion, usually has no problem speaking his mind about current events or about the causes and individuals that he supports.  However, his recent refusal to criticize the Venezuelan government's human rights record, or even call it a dictatorship, was an exercise in deflection and evasion.



El canal Fusion ha atravesado muchas versiones y cambios de formato a lo largo de su breve existencia como afiliada angloparlante de la cadena Univision. No obstante, la cadena ha sido consistente en un aspecto: su defensa de políticas y causas de extrema izquierda. Su reciente oda a Planned Parenthood no es sino el ejemplo más reciente.



Fusion has gone through many iterations and mission shifts over the course of its brief existence as an English-language Univision affiliate. Throughout, however, the network has remained consistent in one aspect: its advocacy for far-left domestic political causes. with its latest paean to Planned Parenthood being but the most recent example.



Volvió a pasar...esta vez, en una mañana cálida en un terreno de béisbol en Alexandria, Virginia. Un simpatizante desquiciado de bernie Sanders decidió abrir fuego contra un grupo de congresistas republicanos, dejando a varias personas gravemente heridas. Y el presentador Jorge Ramos no perdió tiempo en lanzar otra diatriba a favor del control de armas.



It happened again...this time, on a warm summer morning at a baseball field in Alexandria, Virginia. A deranged Bernie Sanders supporter took it upon himself to open fire upon Republican members of Congress, leaving several severely wounded in his wake. And Univision anchor Jorge Ramos wasted no time in reeling off yet another screed in support of gun control.



La cobertura sesgada que Univision ha brindado al terrorista convicto de las FALN Oscar López Rivera, su auspicio corporativo del Desfile Puertorriqueño de Nueva York, sus omisiones materiales de algunas de las expresiones más polémicas de López Rivera tras ser liberado, y el uso de talento de la cadena para promover la versión de los hechos según López Rivera llevan a las personas razonables a una sola conclusión: que el principal conglomerado de medios de habla hispana del país es tamién un simpatizante pleno de Oscar López Rivera, y por tanto, un coauspiciador intencional del terrorismo.



Univision’s continuously one-sided coverage of convicted domestic terrorist Oscar López Rivera, its corporate sponsorship of the National Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York City, its omissions of some of López Rivera’s most incendiary post-release statements and its use of contract talent in furtherance of pushing López Rivera’s side of the story can only lead reasonable observers to one conclusion: that our Nation’s largest Spanish-language media conglomerate is also a fully supportive member of Team Oscar - and thus, a willful co-sponsor of terrorism.



RESTON, Va — On Friday morning, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell and MRC Latino Director Ken Oliver-Mendez released statements in reaction to Fusion/Univision anchor Jorge Ramos receiving the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Political Journalism.

 



In the upside down world of American journalism, Jorge Ramos has now received the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Political Journalism. The circumstances for which Ramos is being honored suggests that the award is more accurately bestowed for political theater and activism than for political journalism. And that is truly unfortunate.