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El American’s 10 Most-Read Spanish Stories in 2021

After an exhaustive review, El American brings for its readers a ranking of the most read articles in Spanish during 2021

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2021 was a tumultuous year filled with events that shaped our lives. However, the attention of millions of readers shifted away from pandemic-related events to concerns about the onslaught caused by the left, communism, and electoral conspiracies to defeat Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election.

After an exhaustive review, El American brings a ranking of the most read articles during 2021; a list that is measured by total collective minutes of audience engagement and is just a small sample of all the work we publish daily.

10. Mike Podhorzer: Architect of the Electoral Mega-Conspiracy against Trump

TIME magazine’s revelation of the left-wing conspiracy against then-President Donald Trump has one name that shines above all others: Mike Podhorzer, the “architect” of the 5-step plan to defeat Trump. Read the story here.

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9. San Francisco’s Gay Choir Song Lyrics Warn: ‘We’re Coming for Your Children’

In a strange and controversial video, the San Francisco Gay Choir sang a song in which they say how they will “convert” children. The audiovisual material generated great controversy, especially for lyrics in which they talk about how to indoctrinate minors. Read the story here.

8. Mexico: 10 Ways to Defeat López Obrador

2021 was the opportunity for the Mexican opposition to stop the socialist and authoritarian project of Andrés Manuel López Obrador. 10 rules were key for the opposition to achieve victory. Read the story here.

7. Corruption Money From Chavista Dictatorship Ends Up in a Netflix Blockbuster

Netflix premiered its big Spanish production, Jaguar, produced in an alliance with the renowned eyewear company, Hawkers, which was fueled by corruption money in Venezuela during the regimes of Hugo Chávez and Nicolás Maduro. Read the story here.

6. Corruption Money From Chavista Dictatorship Ends Up in a Netflix Blockbuster

Mexican actor Eduardo Verástegui expressed his support for former U.S. President Trump, and Twitter suspended his account. Following this, leftist groups and activists called for his censorship. Read the story here.

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5. Venezuelan Opposition Leader Machado Rips Socialist Maduro, Sham Elections and Explains Proposal to Free Venezuela

In an interview with El American, Venezuelan opposition leader, she spoke about the mistakes she has made, the aspirations she has and explained in detail her proposal to free her country. Read the story here.

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4. Leftists Demand Twitter Censors Eduardo Verástegui for Supporting Trump

The leader of Vox, one of the main opposition parties to Spain’s Sánchez administration, gave an exclusive interview to El American in which he talked about how the fight against socialism has no borders: “We are not alone,” he told the Republican Party. Read the story here.

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3. ‘We Are Not Alone’: Interview with Vox Leader Santiago Abascal

Donald Trump led an administration with positive actions that benefited the United States. Here we talk about the good things Trump left behind that cannot be forgotten. This is our story.

2. Five Things the Left Doesn’t Want You to Know About the Protests in Colombia

In May, Colombia was engulfed in a wave of violent demonstrations. El American’s editor-in-chief, Vanessa Vallejo, talked about the 5 things the left doesn’t want you to know about the urban terrorism that engulfed that country. Read the story here.

1. TIME Report Reveals Institutional Conspiracy to Defeat Donald Trump

In February, TIME magazine revealed in a report based on interviews and access to unpublished documents how the left-wing conspiracy that ended up giving the victory to Joe Biden. Read the story here.

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