El presentador estrella de Univision y Fusion ha escrito otra columna, esta vez, regañando a los Estados Unidos por hacer elegido a Donald Trump a la presidencia de la República. Pero lo único que Ramos muestra aquí, más allá de su inclinación progresista, es lo desconectado que está de la realidad del país al cual pretende sermonear.



Further ramping up his open opposition to President Trump's immigration law enforcement policies, Univision anchor Jorge Ramos has let loose with an outrageous tirade that could best be described as equal parts nationalistic identity politics, racially-driven demagoguery, and yet another instance of the irresponsible conflation of legal and illegal immigration. 



The star anchor at Univision and Fusion has penned yet another moral preen of a column, this time, scolding America for having elected Donald Trump to the presidency of the United States. But the only thing that Ramos managed to signal here, beyond progressive virtue, was precisely how out of touch he is with the country he purports to lecture.



El presentador del Noticiero Univision Jorge Ramos compareció para otra entrevista con Sean Hannity a ser transmitida en la cadena Fox. El resultado fue una madeja de inconsistencias y contradicciones al compararse las palabras de Ramos ante Hannity con expresiones previas:



Univision anchor Jorge Ramos made yet another appearance on Fox News' Hannity, and reeled off an interview that was an exercise in contradictions and inconsistencies. 



Univision-owned Deadspin tried taking a swipe last night at U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), and failed miserably. Hilarity ensued, Twitter lit up, and the fallout extended well into the night. Once you stop laughing, you realize that there are legitimate questions that remain unasked - and some that merit an answer.



It happened again. As the inauguration of Donald Trump approached, Univision-Fusion journoactivist Jorge Ramos penned a screed intended to lay down a marker of resistance. But it reveals more. Per the custom, Ramos' op-ed ran first in Mexico City's Reforma, then in Univision. Per my custom, I waited until the piece was translated into English because I refuse to do Fusion's work.



Univision drops a major media bombshell just two weeks after the FCC approved an amendment to the foreign-ownership rule, which enabled Mexican media giant Televisa to acquire a larger stake in the network.



Los tiempos sin precedente traen conflicto sin precedente, y el rumor abunda en medio del conflicto- así como la especulación y la noticia falsa. Ese es el caso en medio del desenlace del conflicto entre Trump y Univision. Es importante procesar esta noticia para separar el trigo de la cizaña. 



Unprecedented times bear unprecedented conflict, and the fog of conflict is often rife with rumor, speculation, and fake news. Such is the case in the denouement of Trump v. Univision, and it is important to unpack this story and separate the wheat from the chaff.



Univision rushed to frame its executives' meeting with President-elect Donald Trump as "productive". However, that framing is quickly coming undone from within the organization.



La cadena A&E se alista a transmitir en enero una serie de ocho capítulos titulada "Generation KKK (Generación del Ku Klux Klan)". Fusion tiene algo que decir al respecto, pero sus protestas seguramente caerán sobre oídos sordos.