The Associated Press says it interviewed Miami Radio host Martha Flores on Wednesday, but she's been dead for two years

 

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The Associated Press published a report Thursday about Miami conservative radio hosts objecting to the Democratic Party’s push to buy up Spanish radio stations in the area, and somehow featured a recent interview with a famous radio host who actually died in 2020.

The outlet confirmed the apparent discrepancy with a correction to its article two days after it was first published. 

According to conservative commentator Giancarlo Sopo — who shared screenshots of the article prior to the correction on Twitter — AP claimed it had interviewed famous Miami radio host Martha Flores for the article and said her radio station was one of those that would be purchased in Democrat-backed deal.

Sopo tweeted, "I'm so confused by this article. The AP says it interviewed Miami Radio host Martha Flores on Wednesday, but she's been dead for two years. How the hell did they pull this off? Séance? An ouija board? Did they hire a babalawo to talk to her?"

In the initial version of the article, the AP featured a quote they attributed to Flores, who allegedly complained about the Democratic buy-up of Spanish radio

AP wrote, "Martha Flores, who hosts an evening show on Radio Mambi, isn’t sure about that. She attended the news conference but declined to speak."

It continued: "'Look at this,' Flores said, pointing at her eyes watering. I know I would just cry.'"

Sopo’s follow-up tweet asserted this interview could not have happened. He shared a screenshot of an article from July 19, 2020, which reported, "Martha Flores, Cuban Radio Pioneer, Dies at 92."

 

 


 

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