George Soros bought Up $80 million dollars worth of Spanish radio stations in hopes of reversing the Latino migration to the Republican party, but he may not have known what he was getting into, although he should have guessed. A large portion of the Latinos in Florida comes from socialistic dictatorships such as Cuba. They know what happens when the two combine and they hate it as much as Democrats hate honest politicians,
Radio Mambi, WAQI 710, is part of the fabric of Miami. It reaches neighborhoods that are 80% Hispanic. Soros and his partners in buying up the Spanish radio stations have been offering bonuses of radio hosts, who agree to stay on, but they have not had any luck with the popular hosts on Radio Mambi, WAQI 710. They seem to be waiting to see if they are expected to push Democratic talking points.
Here is the thing Soros needs to worry about. The hosts at Radio Mambi could quit and join up with a start-up station that is more in tune with the beliefs of their listeners than the radio stations being taken over by Soros. If that happens, some if not all of the stations could quickly go bankrupt. That would eat up that $80 million dollar investment very quickly.
It looks like Soros’ plan to turn Florida blue again is off to a shaky start and could very well implode before election day in November. Gov. Ron DeSantis is extremely popular and Soros has little chance to take him down, but he can hope to convert some DA seats and state legislature seats later this year.
Enter Soros and his cronies, who believe ownership is the shortcut to controlling the narrative. In the tradition of Marcus Arileus’s saying, “He who eats my bread, does my will,” it is cheaper to buy a political constituency through media manipulation than engage in fair-minded political debate. If so, the FCC should look very carefully at this as an attempt to purchase and then shut down profitable media outlets that oppose the White House’s agenda.
A soldier who fought for Cuban independence in 1898 was called a Mambi. And now, Radio Mambi is carrying on that fighting spirit. Rather than relying on the political neutrality of the FCC, some hosts at Radio Mambi have banded together to take matters into their own hands. Despite being offered $120,000 bonuses to stay on until the FCC approval process is complete, many hosts are ready to walk rather than take Soros’ money. This could destabilize the station’s revenue stream, in effect bankrupting the station’s balance sheet. Since this is a package sale, the FCC could hold up the final license approval for the entire package, which could be completed before the November elections. Are Soros and company a match for a group of devoted patriots at a regional radio station?