Bienvenido, an organization focused on the progress of the Hispanic community in the United States, expressed its concern on Friday over the purchase of 18 major Hispanic radio stations by progressive mogul George Soros, calling it a “socialist takeover.”
In a Twitter post, Bienvenido said Soros “thinks he can buy the Hispanic vote,” and warned Americans about the “politically biased” takeover of radio stations.
“We are troubled by the socialist take-over of 18 Hispanic radio stations, including Miami’s iconic Radio Mambi,” the statement reads. “This acquisition was led by a pair of radical activists with financing from leftist billionaire George Soros and the help of #NeverTrumper Al Cardenas.”
Bienvenido defended the right of Hispanics to have access to different political viewpoints, and condemned the liberal hegemony in mainstream Hispanic media programming that, according to the statement, “”serve as the defacto PR arms for the Left.”
With its statement, the Hispanic organization joins the statements of exile leaders on Radio Mambí, who referred to the station as an “important source of information on freedom” in Cuba and said they were “extremely alarmed about the imposition of an ideological agenda contrary to the spiritual and moral values of our community.”