Calling Out American Spanish Language Networks!
Univision, Telemundo, Azteca America, and many more are American Spanish Language networks that have yet to give a platform for Hispanic Conservatives. Whereas, Bienvenido is setting that platform for the Spanish individuals within the United States. As Eric Bolling, from America with Eric Bolling, discussed with the members from both, Bienvenido and the Republican National Hispanic Assembly, before their appointment with the Trump administration- the spotlight was shone on Driena Sixto.
Driena Sixto, Gulf Regional Manager for Turning Point USA, spoke on behalf of Bienvenido in Washington, DC discussing the whereabouts of Hispanic Conservative representation within American Spanish Language networks on. Deliberating condoning those who have immigrated into the United States in their continuation of supporting such left-winged policies that they have originally escaped from, i.e. socialist government, and lack of representation. In addition to having American Spanish Language networks provide platforms for Hispanic Conservatives to “freely speak (…) and present our ideas to the community.”
“According to Charles Wagley and Marvin Harris (1958), a minority group is distinguished by five characteristics: (1) unequal treatment and less power over their lives, (2) distinguishing physical or cultural traits like skin color or language (…)” to which sums us as being defined “by their lack of power.” This is one of the biggest issues facing Hispanic Americans at this very moment, being drawn into the spiral of victimization, in order for the Democrat party to continue gaining the minority vote. If the media continues to provide a sole platform for Leftists’ policies, then this cycle and ideology will never cease to end.
Bienvenido is gaining momentum by setting the direction in favor of critical thinking by reaching more individuals to turn them away from Leftist policies. In order for critical thinking to be in full effect, one must obtain an overall analysis, rather than a preferential one.