October 19th, 2010
Univisión Backs Down, Sort of, On the ‘Don’t Vote’ Campaign

NewsTaco is happy to announce that Univisión has refused to run ads in Nevada advising Latinos not to vote. The ads, produced by Univisión pundit Robert (not Roberto, mind you) Desposadada, a long-time Republican operative, urge Latinos to steer clear of the polls and refuse to vote. But Desposada, who has appeared on Univisión for 16 long years, was not fired.

Perhaps it it time to fire Univisión.

The ad:

Here’s the ad translated to English.

4 thoughts on “Univisión Backs Down, Sort of, On the ‘Don’t Vote’ Campaign

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  2. Excellent point. This *%#$*&%!*$@*& Desposada (that’s almost Spanish for “voter suppression) character should be FIRED by Univision for being so UnAmerican! I can’t believe I just called someone UnAmerican…I must be really, really angry.

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