Everybody gets something wrong every once in a while.
Even the Associated Press. But the international wire service is often considered the arbiter of truth and has a website that features “fact-checking, accountability journalism and misinformation coverage from AP journalists around the globe.”
The AP published a piece on Thursday about a new group led by prominent liberals buying up Spanish-speaking radio stations.
“The Latino Media Network, a startup founded by two political strategists who worked for President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, reached a $60 million deal to acquire 18 AM and FM stations in ten U.S. cities from Televisa/Univision,” the AP reported. “The agreement announced June 3 still needs Federal Communications Commission approval.”
In the piece, the reporter claimed to interview one prominent Hispanic, Martha