Tuesday, March 8, 2011

NPR: garbage in, garbage out (UPDATE)

James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas reveals the blatant media bias and subversive nature of NPR Foundation president and senior vice president of development Ron Schiller and senior director of institutional giving Betsy Liley. The video speaks for itself...

BUSTED!

Within moments NPR released a statement of 'clarification', upon which the general public was notificed that Schiller was 'departing' the organization to pursue a "new position at the Aspen Institute Arts Program".  Huh, NPR fired Juan Williams for much less, so we're to believe that it's just a coincidence that this guy just walked out the door after the release of this damning evidence?  Right.  Also, I suppose Betsy Liley gets off scot-free?  Nevertheless, garbage in, garbage out!

'Mean-spirited', Harry?  Besides the contempt in his and Betsy's voice about Republicans, the tea party and Jews (seriously, guys?), did you hear Schiller say they don't need the government's money to survive?!  I did...so pull their funding NOW!  There, we've killed multiple birds with one stone (and I use that phrase in the most civil tone).

UPDATE:  Now CEO Vivian Schiller (no relation) has stepped down after the secret video of controversial comments were divulged.  And with vigilance, Brent Bozell is one who wants to make sure that just because she left doesn't mean the 'spring cleaning' is over!  Unfortunately, they seem to be proving that old dogs can't learn new tricks...surprise, NPR's new interim CEO is another Democrat contributor.

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