NPR Spin Incontrovertible
The lamestream media told you:
"Embarrassed by video, NPR fears funding cuts: After a conservative activist released a video of a top National Public radio fundraiser maligning "tea party" activists and the republican party, station managers are bracing for the worst," according to the Washington Post. The fundraiser Ron Schiller did not know he was being recorded.
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
With the bias at National Public Radio and its parent corporation now blatantly exposed, the Washington Post persists in its non-stop efforts to spin truth to its own taste.
According to the Post: "Conservatives have long targeted federal support for public media, accusing NPR and PBS of having a liberal bent."
The truth is: "Conservatives have long targeted federal support for public media, because NPR and PBS have a liberal bent." The bias is incontrovertible. Anyone "accusing" NPR of being a right-wing stooge, well no one does because it's simply not so. The left-wing slant of the station is present in every fiber of the broadcasts, and is only denied or soft-peddled by its stooges in the lamestream media.
Schiller's comments were only unusual in that they were caught on tape, while he spoke frankly, unaware he was being recorded. Observers have known for years that NPR thinks and acts this way as a group. Also unusual, and reported by the Post but plainly visible in the video, the $5 million in funding Schiller believed he was seeking was from a Muslim Brotherhood front group, described in the set up for the truth sting.