Jorge Ramos, a fierce critic of Donald Trump, has been deported from Venezuela after the Socialist dictator Maduro took issue with some of his questions. The Guardian reports:
The Univision anchor Jorge Ramos and his five-person crew have been deported from Venezuela after they were detained in the presidential palace in Caracas during an interview with the embattled president, Nicolás Maduro.
The Mexican-born journalist said he and his crew were detained for two hours on Monday night after asking a question Maduro did not approve of.
The network’s US president Daniel Coronell said the team’s equipment as well as the material that upset Maduro were confiscated.
Ramos told Univision that Maduro took offence when the journalist showed the president images of Venezuelans eating out of the trash to prove people were living a humanitarian crisis.
This shows that Maduro will go to any length to hide his crimes against his people. It is also a reminder that the media in America is blessed to not have to face such punitive actions.