Univision, Telemundo Barely Covered Biden Deal for Venezuelan Oil

December 1st, 2022 4:37 PM

Latino corporate media once again validated their roles as propagandists and buffers of damaging news for the Biden regime, with Univision and Telemundo granting the awful U.S-Maduro deal to pump Venezuelan oil, a scant one minute and 15 of combined airtime since the agreement was announced on November 26th.

As expected, reports of the Biden administration getting chummy with socialist dictator Nicolas Maduro were entirely ambiguous. Take a look at this clip from Univision’s Al Punto with Jorge Ramos, which aired on Sunday:



GUILLERMO GONZÁLEZ, REPORTER: The United States said it will allow Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil, in support of talks between the Venezuelan government and the opposition, wherein they have already agreed on a UN-administered fund for health, food and education programs in Venezuela.

Notice how Univision left President Biden out of its 15-second news brief while mentioning the U.S., Chevron, the Venezuelan government, “the opposition”, and the U.N. Also take note of the absence of any reference to the suffering of millions of Venezuelans at the hands of Maduro, something the network spends massive amounts of time on when it comes to campaigning in favor of the Biden Administration’s pro-open borders agenda. In the end, money talked and Joe Biden walked.

Contrast to the infinitesimal U.S.-Venezuela oil sanctions coverage with how both networks covered Jill Biden’s White House Christmas decorations: a whopping 11 – yes, eleven – minutes of combined adulatory coverage (albeit ignoring the presidential couple’s snubbing of Hunter Biden’s love child with a stripper in the family stocking display). Also, at Univision, Kanye’s visit to Mar-a-Lago with uninvited guest Nick Fuentes, a Trump-adverse story, garnered a whole three minutes and 32 seconds.

The disconnect between the Latino media and the audiences they claim to serve continues to grow, as does the manipulation of news to conform to the DNC’s talking points.

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