Gunwalker Update: Univision Fast and Furious Video; Obama Appoints Univision Owner’s Wife To UN Post

Posted: October 3, 2012 by ShortTimer in Barack Obama, Department of Justice, Eric Holder, Government, Guns, Media, Operation Gunwalker, Second Amendment
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Univision’s report on Fast and Furious is out with English subtitles, and viewable here, or by itself in the link below.

Univision Fast and Furious

In other, totally unrelated news that has clearly nothing at all to do with how Univision has been investigating Fast and Furious or asking the president hard questions about Fast and Furious, and couldn’t possibly be a move to shut up Univision’s reporters.  Perhaps best reported via Sweetness & Light:

President Barack Obama appointed Cheryl Saban, wife of the owner of Univision, as U.S. representative to the United Nations, according to reports from various news blogs.

According to the Politico blog, Haim Saban, owner of the television network, backed Hillary Clinton in 2008, but during the summer donated $1 million to groups supporting the campaigns of Democrats. And according to another blog in Spanish of Yahoo, the appointment of Cheryl Saban to the diplomatic post was made last Wednesday, the day before Obama appeared at a forum at the University of Miami hosted by Univision.

As if to confirm our worst suspicions, the DNC’s Politico does not even mention Ms. Saban’s connection to Univision in their lengthy article on this appointment:

Obama nominates mega-donor Haim Saban’s wife to U.N. post

The media’s willful ignorance of this corruption is staggering.

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