MEXICO CITY (AP) -- A Latin American billionaire looks to expand his empire in the United States in a deal that could make him the largest shareholder of The New York Times Co.
The $250 million investment by Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim could provide some synergies with his telecommunications holdings in Latin America, analysts say.
I can't begin to imagine even more favorable coverage of illegal immigration from the hopeless, third-world abyss to our south, than the Times already doles out, but with a majority stake, Mexico will certainly exercise serious influence on content. With remittances from illegals in America constituting the second biggest source of dollars to Mexico after oil, look for a full-court press in favor of more Mexican immigration from the New York Times.
But since the Times dutifully regurgitates liberal, PC dogma, the rest of the MSM will shrug and ignore the obvious conflict of interest.