El congresista Joe Kennedy compareció en el semanario político Al Punto de la cadena Univision para ser presentado como un presidenciable en el 2020, y no perdió tiempo en mofarse de las reacciones de muchos de sus paisanos ante la tragedia.


U.S. Rep.Joe Kennedy came on Univision's Sunday political-affairs show Al Punto in order to be touted as a 2020 presidential candidate, and wasted no mocking the reactions of a significant portion of his fellow countrymen in the face of tragedy.


Throwing a big league wrench into the liberal media’s preferred narrative – a narrative explicitly designed to spur anti-Republican and anti-Trump votes among stateside Puerto Ricans –  President Trump and the Republican Congress included over $16 billion in recovery aid for Puerto Rico in the budget deal signed into law by the President on Feb. 9.


Univision anchor Jorge Ramos made yet another appearance on Anderson Cooper's AC360 - this time, to pontificate on a potential Trump deal on immigration, to lay down his own markers of what should make a deal, and to otherwise continue to push the talking-point driven racialist agenda that he passes off to his Univision viewers as journalism.


Univisión nos sigue mostrando que hará lo que sea para mantener la frontera porosa, algo tan medular a su modelo empresarial y de supervivencia a largo plazo, que ya ni se molesta en colocarle comillas a sus reclamos de que las propuestas actuales de política migratoria son racistas. Ahora simplemente repite tales aseveraciones como si fueran cuestión de hecho.


Today's story out of Miami occupies the sweet spot in the Venn diagram comprised of Univision's anti-Catholicism and its strident LGBTQ advocacy, far from the mainstream of the network's viewership. The network pulled off a neat trick- casting aspersions on longstanding religious freedom protections while slyly advocating for the proposed law that would destroy them.


Con la clara intención de aterrar a su público televidente, Estrella TV caracterizó el anuncio del presidente Trump de crear el Centro Nacional de Escrutinio, una iniciativa destinada a mejorar la manera en que diferentes agencias federales trabajan juntas en la investigación de antecedentes de extranjeros que desean ingresar al país, como una nueva oficina de la Casa Blanca “para cazar a los inmigrantes”.


With the obvious purpose of striking terror into its viewers, Estrella TV characterized President Trump’s announcement launching the National Vetting Center, an initiative designed to improve how different federal agencies work together in vetting foreigners seeking to enter the country, as a new White House office “in charge of hunting immigrants.”


Univision continues to show us that it will go to such lengths to preserve the porous border so central to its business model and continued survival, that it no longer even bothers to put quote marks around claims that current immigration policy proposals are racist. Now they just repeat such defamatory statements as fact.


Los medios liberales utilizaron la iniciativa del presidente Trump de celebrar un evento nacional de gran escala para mostrar y honrar a las fuerzas armadas de los Estados Unidos, comparable con el desfile militar anual del día de la Bastilla francesa, como una oportunidad perfecta para retratarle como un tirano en ciernes.

 

 


President Trump’s desire to celebrate a massive national event, comparable to the annual French Bastille Day military parade, to showcase and honor the Armed Forces of the United States has been pounced upon by the liberal media as a perfect opportunity to portray Trump as a budding tyrant.


Univision's latest report on the plight of displaced Puerto Ricans in Central Florida falls flat, in large part,  due to its transparently brazen effort to turn tragedy in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria into a political commodity.