The press in Florida neither serves nor represents the people

Starting with The Miami Herald, which ardently and vocally despises the community it serves, the press in Florida is not interested in providing news to Floridians, but only in pushing their leftist agenda.

As Ambassador Carlos Trujillo points out in an Op-Ed in El American, Floridians deserve better:

Florida Deserves Better Press

Florida’s election results were a resounding stamp of approval on Republican job performance. Florida voters rewarded Republicans with supermajorities in the house and senate as well as every cabinet position. The last time there was a democratic governor elected to office in the Sunshine State was Gov. Kenneth Hood Mackay in 1999.

Judging by the headlines leading up to the elections, the editorial board endorsements, and the limited articles since the election, you would think the election outcomes in Florida would have been different. It is clear some of our newspapers are not delivering the “real” news.

Orlando Sentinel published a variety of negative stories against DeSantis and often referred to the democratic talking points in articles before the election. The Miami Herald, which supported Crist, said Gov. DeSantis was “mean” in the aftermath of a “woke” time in history. In a recent publication by an independent journalist, Jason Garcia said, “but the attack is coming from big businesses,” and then said, “the bottom line: Politicians and lobbyists in Tallahassee have teamed up to thwart the will of the voters.”

Big Business is the problem now? Is that because Democrats lost, and now they need a new scapegoat? It seems that Florida media outlets are out to attack Republicans and businesses while supporting and defending Democrats. This is not speculation; it’s the reality of the reporting of “journalists” across the state. Voters are fed up with the policies of the Democratic party, not to mention the hypocrisy. Floridians are not buying into spreading false information used to distract from the real issues facing Americans.

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3 thoughts on “The press in Florida neither serves nor represents the people”

  1. The problem is obviously widespread, but the Miami Herald (in either language) should have been completely rejected by Cubans LONG ago, and those who haven’t are part of the problem. It’s not as if anybody actually needs the damn rag, or any comparable one.

    I was not aware the Herald had endorsed Crist. It did not have to endorse his opponent, but the fact it endorsed such a flagrant loser, in every way, means its judgment is so poor or twisted that it cannot be trusted, and that the paper is disreputable, not to say corrupt. Really, the matter couldn’t be clearer.

  2. The Miami Herald is not good enough to serve as my dog’s feces shield. It has been shit for decades, and will remain so. It’s diminished form today is an indicator of how low the media has fallen. We don’t believe any of it anymore. They are lying liars who lie.

  3. Even if the Herald‘s only real “problem” was its Cuba coverage, which is certainly not the case, no Cuban should have anything to do with it, since that is disgracefully infra dig. Alas, Cubans have dignity issues.

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