While it may not have been his intention, Jorge Ramos, Univision gave credence to the need for the United States to seal our borders when he attacked Conservatives and spiked the ball after charges were dropped against two illegals in the alleged rape of a 14-year-old girl in the bathroom near a gym in a Rockville, Maryland high school.
For those unaware of the incident, google “Rockville rape.” Immediately after the news broke of the rape, pro-illegal immigration advocates including among them the school district and politicians came to the rescue of the accusers despite reports that students in class heard the girl screaming taking this country back 60 years to days where the standard legal defense was “she asked for it.”
Newsbusters by Jorge Bonilla
Reports that charges were dropped against the alleged Rockville rapists led Univision to revert to its usual biases, with coverage that smeared conservatives and took immigration advocacy reporting to an absurd extreme.
It is no stretch whatsoever to say that Univision’s grotesque coverage of the Rockville developments echoed that of the rest of the establishment media – that is, to treat dropped rape charges due to a quirk in Maryland’s rape statute as though it were a Cinco De Mayo Miracle.
Here’s how Univision anchor Jorge Ramos framed the story.
JORGE RAMOS, SENIOR NEWS ANCHOR, UNIVISION: Very good evening. One of the cases most used by Donald Trump’s Administration and the conservative media in order to depict undocumented immigrants as criminals is crumbling. Charges were dropped against two undocumented teenagers who were accused of raping a 14-year-old girl in a Maryland school[…]
Politico by Nick Gass
Sean Hannity and Jorge Ramos clashed early and often in a contentious interview on the Fox News personality’s program Wednesday evening over — who else? — Donald Trump.
Hannity opened the two-part segment by referring to Ramos’ accusations of racism against Trump as “offensive,” blasting him for being “fundamentally unfair” for taking Trump’s quotes about undocumented immigrants out of context.
“I’m simply reporting what Donald Trump has been saying,” said Ramos, who one week earlier similarly butted heads with Bill O’Reilly on his show.
“That’s not true!” Hannity replied.
Ramos then referred to Trump’s comments last June that Mexican immigrants are drug traffickers, criminals and rapists, saying, “he’s absolutely wrong.” Hannity took issue with that characterization, remarking that Trump had indeed referred to only some of the immigrants…
Jorge Ramos is a dirt bag.
Univision’s Jorge Ramos disrupted Donald Trump’s press conference and was promptly ejected. Hear why Zo agrees with Donald Trump.
Sick of the media and sick of Jorge Ramos. The first amendment does not give the likes of Ramos the right to bogard his way through a press conference.
Ramos attended Trump’s press conference with an ulterior motive and that was to fake news. He has proven himself a sensationalist and nothing more.