MRC Latino has accomplished several attention-getting items in recent days. "Tacogate" ended with Jill Biden's press secretary Michael LaRosa putting in his walking papers, adding to a large outflow of White House communications staffers in the first year and a half of the Biden presidency.
MRC Latino Director Jorge Bonilla joins us to discuss this and, on a much more serious note, the disturbing child-rape story of Ohio, which took a turn from pro-abortion talking point to an illegal-alien crime story. Jorge argued it was going to become a "local crime story" like Kermit Gosnell's sordid abortion mill a few years back. As a court interpreter before he became a media analyst, he had witnessed this kind of stepfather/boyfriend rape cases with minors.
The Washington Times published a story on the top of their front page on Monday quoting Jorge on the "Radio Soros" purchase of Spanish-language AM and FM stations. The purchase signals a panic that Latino voters are turning to the Republicans.
Jorge also talks about being on a panel with longtime Rush Limbaugh producer Bo Snerdley at the "Sunshine Summit" of Florida Republicans, in addition to The Washington Post publishing a hit piece on Ron DeSantis press secretary Christina Pushaw, perhaps spurred by her bashing reporters on Twitter who complained about their curtailed access at the summit.
Enjoy the podcast below, or wherever you listen to podcasts.