After giving President Obama’s silence on Kate Steinle a pass in 2015, the networks are suddenly interested in what the current President has to say about her murderer’s recently released verdict, two years later. As a reminder, in July of 2015 President Obama ignored the shocking death of 32-year-old Kate Steinle, a woman who was shot and killed by a five-time-deported illegal immigrant and felon, while she was walking with her father in a popular tourist area of San Francisco.
Luis Gutiérrez, el congresista por Illinois que en una ocasión comparó al terrorista convicto de las FALN Oscar López Rivera con George Washington y quien describió el asesinato de Kate Steinle por un indocumentado como “una cosa pequeña”, ha anunciado su retiro del Congreso de los Estados Unidos.
Luis Gutiérrez, the 13-term Illinois congressman who once compared convicted FALN terrorist Oscar López Rivera to George Washington and who described the murder of Kate Steinle by an illegal immigrant as “a little thing”, has announced his retirement from Congress.
Friday morning on Fox & Friends, Washington Post Writers Group columnist Ruben Navarrette, Jr. gave President Donald Trump only grudging and partial credit for the steep decline in illegal border crossings from Mexico into the U.S. so far this year.
Por si se lo perdieron, el congresista Luis Gutiérrez (D-IL) sacó tiempo de un reciente discurso en el pleno de la Cámara de Representantes de los Estados Unidos para lamentar la cobertura que MRC Latino le dio a declaraciones hechas ante Telemundo hace dos años atrás con respecto a legislación contra ciudades santuario.
In case you missed it, Congressman Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) took time during a recent speech on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives in order to bemoan MRC Latino's coverage of statements he made to Telemundo two years ago with regard to sanctuary city legislation.
On Thursday, all of Washington, D.C. and every liberal news outlet was obsessed with a pair of early morning tweets sent out by President Trump. But there was also some good being done in D.C. that day. In two bipartisan votes, the House passed both Kate’s Law and a measure to punish sanctuary cities. However, viewers of ABC and CBS would not have known about them since they omitted it from their coverage, while NBC gave it less than 30 seconds.
New York Times reporter Vivian Yee, who got emotional on a February front page over the plight of “undocumented” immigrants (no surprise, given the paper’s support for amnesty for illegals), penned a surprisingly sympathetic view of distraught Americans who have lost loved ones to illegal immigrants and came to support Donald Trump for that one reason, loyalty that Trump has returned in kind.
On March 16, a 14-year-old girl was pushed into a boys’ bathroom at Rockville (Maryland) High School and raped by two other students during school hours. Police arrested two freshmen who recently arrived from Central America – 18-year-old Henry Sanchez and 17-year-old Jose Montano. Sanchez, a Guatemalan, has a pending “alien-removal” case against him. Montano, from El Salvador, was a minor, so his immigration status was not released.
The Washington Post reported, “The two took turns holding the girl down and sexually assaulting her as she cried out, fought back and repeatedly told them to stop, according to police affidavits filed in court.”
Esta entrevista podría ser la más consecuente a salir de los escombros de la Univision post-electoral. Durante el transcurso de varios minutos, vemos una dirección editorial definitiva, y vemos admisiones que hasta hace apenas un mes eran inimaginables.
This interview is perhaps the most consequential to emerge from Univision's still-smoking post-electoral rubble. Over the course of a few minutes, we are shown a definitive editorial direction, and we are treated to admissions that were unimaginable a little over a month ago.
Are U.S. elections reliable? Should the results be universally respected and accepted? Can one challenge the results without being smeared as a threat to society or at least a poor loser? The New York Times can’t make its mind up. After Donald Trump refused to say he would accept the election results two weeks before the election (when the media was already crowning Hillary the winner), the Times was crammed with stories about the dictatorial dangers of refusing to accept election results. But when liberal anti-Trump protesters engaged in violent protest in the wake of Trump’s surprise victory, there was no problem. Similarly, the NYT seems fine with Green Party candidate Jill Stein’s expensive recount. No wailing about how the $7 million Stein has raised to fund the recount could have fed a hungry child or helped save the planet, just mildly encouraging reports with no hint of impropriety or threat, in the face of Stein hinting at vote fraud and refusing to accept the results of a free and fair election.