CNN Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter organized a panel on Sunday to address a letter posted on CNN.com by 13 former press secretaries -- nine of them with Clinton or Obama, and three of them paid CNN analysts -- demanding regular briefings at the White House, State Department, and Pentagon. But Stelter really hated the White House response:



In another attempt at establishing California as America´s wonderland for undocumented immigrants, governor Gavin Newsom “promised that there will be state health coverage for all people over 65,” whether they are in the United States legally of not, a move that according to Univision News, will only cost the state´s taxpayers $121 million a year.



At Univision, the campaign to blitz their newscasts audiences with liberal propaganda is gaining momentum by the day, with anchors unabashedly filling the airwaves with racial grievance and a non-stop resolve to portray President Donald Trump as “anti-immigrant”.



Univision senior anchor Jorge Ramos has joined the rest of the mainstream media’s collective Soleimani lunacy. His most recent edition of “Real America”, broadcast on Facebook Watch, is an exercise in bias-driven propaganda, driven by pure Trump animus and far from the “Real America” he claims to represent.



In the wake of Qasem Soleamani's death, CNN host Brian Stelter insisted patriotism is defined by tough questions. There’s nothing wrong with skeptical questions. But why is it impossible to celebrate blowing up the man responsible for the deaths of untold thousands, including over 600 Americans? And why do they so often fail to muster that same sort of skeptical questioning for the tyrants and thugs opposing American interests? Theirs is a long, sordid history of offering unchallenged platforms and even buttery sympathy to our enemies.



As the 2010s wind down to a close, MRC Latino recounts the Worst of The Decade from our nation’s domestic Spanish-language media. In this installment we take a look back at some of the most blatantly biased coverage to emerge from the leading Spanish-language network.



When the Washington Post infamously posted the motto “Democracy Dies in Darkness” on its masthead after Donald Trump was elected, it was implicit -- oh, sure, they'll deny it -- that Trump was the enemy of democracy, and of “light,” or transparency. So it was sadly poetic that after the House Democrats rammed through such an incredibly partisan impeachment vote – without a single Republican voting Aye – Washington Post reporters posted a photograph on Twitter celebrating with beers.



Univision’s senior anchor Jorge Ramos is known for opposing most, if not all, enforcement of the U.S. southern border as part of part of the nation’s immigration policy. His most recent episode on Facebook Watch makes clear that enforcement of the northern border is off limits, too.



What does Univision do when they wish to avoid reporting inconvenient news to their audiences? They bump those stories by rehashing reports on President Trump´s so-called  “anti-immigrant” policies, as was recently the case at Noticiero Univisión.



What was once anomalous bias by omission is now a familiar monthly ritual. The nation’s leading Spanish-language networks can’t seem to wrap their heads around the idea of having to report on the Trump administration’s jobs numbers within the Hispanic community, and if they do so, the report must end on some kind of sour note. The November report was no exception.



Liberal media outlets were thrilled at Shepard Smith's first public remarks since abruptly leaving Fox News last month. Smith hosted a dinner of the Committee to Protect Journalists, and proclaimed he was donating a half million dollars to the group. The New York Times reported he called "for a steadfast defense of independent journalism, while offering a few subtle barbs at President Trump’s treatment of the press." Subtle? Smith implied Trump was an "autocrat" flooding the world with "garbage and lies."



Univision anchor Jorge Ramos is at it again, telling foreign media what he really thinks of his primary audience in the United States. As usual, his ire is directed at Hispanics who dare stray from orthodoxy and, for varying reasons, either stay away from Democrats or outright support Donald Trump.