Remember last summer when Donald Trump announced his candidacy to a furor of passion, some hints of conspiracy, and a whole Mexico talk? It was the dawn of Make America Great Again and The Wall. Yes, I realize I capitalized those two phrases. While those of us on the right were LOLing at the 47,932 candidates entering the Republican race for president, Hillary Clinton and Haim Saban of Univision were hatching plans.
Haim Saban isn’t ringing a bell? Here’s the scuttlebutt on Univison big kahuna:
Haim Saban and his wife have lavished $10 million on a pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC, but Saban is also majority owner and chairman of Univision, which runs the country’s most-watched Spanish-language television network and reaches a large share of a key voting bloc.
Univision is also home to Jorge Ramos, who despises the term “illegal immigrant.” More than that, Univision loves open borders. No, I’m not saying all Mexicans watch Univision or that all Mexicans amor los open borderos (bad spanglish. I’m not sorry). I’m setting the stage here.
So the head of Univision is in bed with Madam Pantsuit. Methinks they’re not together for the hot sauce. According to even more Wikileaks emails:
“Haim thinks we are under reacting to Trump/Hispanics,” campaign chairman John Podesta wrote to top campaign aides after speaking with Saban, according to hacked emails posted by WikiLeaks. “Thinks we can get something by standing up for Latinos or attacking R’s for not condemning.”
The campaign’s vice chair, Huma Abedin, wrote that Saban had called her, as well, concluding, “If Haim is raising it, it means he’s hearing it from his Univision colleagues.”
The emails reveal how a major donor had access to the highest levels of the Clinton campaign and was able to press top aides about an issue of major interest to his company. At the time, Trump’s rhetoric on illegal immigration was garnering extensive coverage on Univision’s news programs.
I bolded the money quote. That’s how much I care.
Now, Saban has said being a media mogul means nada in his support of Cankles.
It’s a move we like to call “Tarping Your Giant Gluteus Maximus.” But unlike the support of say Tim Cook, Saban has major access to media and a voting demographic. So yes, while Tim Cook of Apple also supports Cankles, it’s a bit harder for him to use Apple as a tool to help her or bash Trump. The technology is pretty good, sure, but other than shilling for the She Devil at an #AppleEvent, there’s not much else he can do with Apple to throw his support. Throwing iPhones doesn’t count.
Or maybe I’m a naive moron and you’ll all tweet me about it later. Okay.
All Saban here is proving is what we already know: the media is behind Hillary. Either in some kind of official capacity (read White House Orders CBS to Keep Email Scandal Quiet) or more in an “unofficial” capacity, like what’s going on with Saban here. Wink wink, nod nod. Looks like Hillary may have packed several media outfits in her tentish pantsuits. Perhaps that’s why those overcoats are so hideously gigantic.
Not that you needed them, but there are a ton more reasons not to vote Hillary…