Un minúsculo grupo de manifestantes que abogan por la abolición de ICE recibió tratamiento mayúsculo en Telemundo, la misma cadena que pasó por desapercibidos a los 164,000 hispanos que acaban de ingresar a la fuerza laboral del país, así como el nivel de desempleo hispano más bajo en la historia.



Como parte de la perturbadora tendencia de presentar informes sesgados y distorsionados en contra de las autoridades de ley y orden a nivel local, estatal y federal, la presentadora de Telemundo, María Celeste Arrarás, declaró recientemente que la policía de Austin, Texas era culpable de "abuso clásico" al mostrar a sus televidentes un video de un arresto que se fue viral en los medios sociales, y en el que omitió datos claves sobre el suceso.



Como nuevo ejemplo del flaco (e irresponsable) servicio que Telemundo le hace con demasiado frecuencia a sus televidentes, la cadena hermana de habla hispana de la NBC desplegó el titular "Trump contra minorías" durante su informe sobre el más reciente cambio de política pública del gobierno de Trump en materia de acción afirmativa.



A rag-tag bunch of 10 protesters calling for the abolition of ICE received feature-coverage treatment on Telemundo, the same network which did not consider the 164,000 Hispanics entering the labor force in June and record-low Hispanic unemployment sufficiently newsworthy to even be mentioned.



In the latest example of slanted and distorted reporting against local, state and federal law enforcement officers, Telemundo host María Celeste Arrarás declared that members of the Austin, Texas Police Department were guilty of ‘classic abuse’ as she showed viewers a recent viral arrest video and failed to include in her report key facts about the case.



Media Research Center Latino Director Ken Oliver-Mendez appeared on Fox Business, Wednesday, to discuss Univision ignoring record low unemployment amongst Hispanics. After Cavuto guest host Charles Payne explained that 62 percent of Hispanics feel better off now, Oliver-Mendez replied: “That wasn't news on Univision or Telemundo.” 



On the morning of July 6, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that Hispanic unemployment in the United States had reached its lowest level, 4.6%, in the 45 years since the agency first started keeping records on the statistic, back in 1973. One would think such a historic achievement would be news that night on the nation’s leading Spanish-language television news programs, but that was not the case.



In yet another disservice to its viewers, Telemundo, the Spanish-language sister television network of NBC, chose to blast the headline “Trump Against Minorities” when reporting on the Trump administration’s revocation of Obama-era guidelines on affirmative action.



United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ announcement that federal law enforcement and judicial authorities are now working in unison to stop the rash of illegitimate asylum claims that have plagued the U.S. immigration system in recent years is meeting with stiff opposition from Telemundo, the Spanish-language sister network of NBC.



Las imposiciones de lo políticamente correcto y la supresión de la libertad de expresión sufrieron una derrota a manos de un estudiante de Liberty High School, en el estado de Oregón, y hasta Telemundo tomó nota.



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.