Univision’s report on the Kansas ballot initiative regarding abortion simultaneously managed to disinform viewers, promote a pro-abortion agenda, and undermine our democratic institutions. It is not surprising, then, that Hispanics continue to lose trust in corporate media.

It appears that Telemundo is the only national media outlet currently seeking to center the true victim of the awful Ohio rape case: not the abortionist, but the girl whose innocence was shattered by a member of her own household.

In an editorial, Telemundo morning anchor Nacho Lozano slams First Lady Dr. Jill Biden's remarks comparing Hispanics to tacos.

The mother of the Ohio child rape victim came out in support of the rapist in a Telemundo interview.

Watch as First Lady Dr. Jill Biden compares Hispanics to tacos in a speech given at UnidosUs' Latinx IncluXion Luncheon. UnidosUS is the organization formerly known as the National Council of La Raza.

Univision viewers got a heck of a lot more pro-life commentary than they are usually shown during its live coverage off the historic repeal of Roe v. Wade:

Univision anchor Maity Interiano led the network's late-night newscast with an unexpected assessment of the impact of Mayra Flores' victory in the special election to fill the vacancy in Texas' 34th Congressional District.

MSNBC's Paola Ramos deals in familiar tropes when discussing Florida's Hispanic vote:

One of the downsides of a 24/7 news cycle is that it allows far more time for media types to fill airspace with bad takes, as was recently the case during Univision’s coverage of the horrific school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. Watch as Linea de Fuego host Luis Carlos Vélez introduces a debate on gun control by weirdly associating adherence to the Second Amendment to radical Islam:

As migrants continued to rush to the U.S. southern border ahead of a potential removal of Title 42, Univision anchor Ilia Calderón called for "comprehensive immigration reform" in a rare on-air editorial.