NPR Smears Pro-Lifers As United in White 'Male Supremacism'
The politically correct nightmare that is National Public Radio deputized their "extremism" correspondent Odette Yousef on Thursday night to smear the entire pro-life movement as a "far-right" cocktail of "Christian supremacism, secular male supremacism and white supremacism."
NPR's Abortion 'Fact Check': Not 'Dangerous,' Not Just for 'Cis' Women
Beware the "fact-checkers" on abortion, especially when it's at pro-abortion National Public Radio. On Friday morning, NPR.org posted an article titled "7 persistent claims about abortion, fact-checked." But these "persistent claims" didn't come with an actual source, but you could tell the point was to "own the pro-lifers."
NPR Editor Whines Fox, RNC 'Contorted' Democrats on No Abortion Limits
At the top of the NPR home page on Saturday morning was a fact-check piece of sorts by NPR senior political editor Domenico Montanaro headlined "GOP playbook on abortion is to push Democrats on restrictions and contort their words." Montanaro tried to argue that attempts by Fox News to reveal the Democrats are for an unlimited "woman's right to choose" were somehow misleading.
Your Tax Dollars at Work: NPR Reporter Sucks Up to Psaki Successor
Minutes after White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki gave the Biden administration’s blessing Thursday for progressives to stage protests outside the homes of Supreme Court justices, NPR White House reporter Franco Ordoñez sucked up to Psaki’s successor Karine Jean-Pierre, by wondering if she could share “what this means to you” and comment on both “the historic nature” of her appointment and…
NPR: Alito's 'Strident' Opinion Used 'Abortionist,' 'Unborn Children'
On Wednesday's Morning Edition, your taxpayer-funded National Public Radio expressed alarm at Justice Samuel Alito's "quite strident" draft opinion on abortion. He used terms like "abortionist." A guest was upset with the term "unborn children."
NPR Airs Free Ad for Transgender Advocate at Biden's HHS
Dear NPR: Why Leave Nina Totenberg's Sister's Name Out of Your Story?
National Public Radio energetically reported on left-wing attempt to cancel Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from the ballot in Georgia, and "a judge" who allowed their crusade to continue. But there was an ethical problem: The enabling judge's name was Amy Totenberg, the sister of NPR legal correspondent Nina Totenberg. Reports on Friday morning and Thursday night avoided the name entirely.…
NPR's Hinojosa Falsely Accuses Border Agents of Whipping Haitians
Despite charges against them being dropped, on Jonathan Capehart's MSNBC show, Maria Hinojosa of NPR accuses border agents of having "whipped" Haitians attempting to cross the southern border. And Capehart seemingly denies the notion that any immigration can be illegal, speaking of "quote unquote, illegal immigration."
Doocy Brings It on Hunter While Liberal Journos Whine About COVID, J6
Wednesday’s Psaki Show marked a contrast between the constructive and the absurd as Fox’s Peter Doocy engaged the White House press secretary on questions surrounding President Biden’s son Hunter and brother Jim and, as other reporters would as well, immigration. But in contrast, others expressed discomfort with a lack of COVID restrictions, raised concerns about right-wing terrorism, and…
PBS and NPR Air Unanimous Taxpayer-Funded LGBT Radicalism
Taxpayer-funded PBS and NPR marked the so-called "Transgender Day of Visibility" on Thursday by celebrating leftist cultural radicals and refusing to grant one second of airtime to rebuttals from social conservatives.
Doocy Time Returns in Battle With Biden Over Rash of WH Walkbacks
Making his first appearance during a White House Q&A since March 10 (when he asked Jen Psaki whether President Biden owns an electric car), Fox News’s Peter Doocy went toe-to-toe with Biden Monday over numerous statements the latter made during last week’s European excursion that drew condemnations from international leaders and White House walkbacks.
Nina Totenberg and NPR Pals Mourn Partisan Bitterness on Rape Claims
Monday's edition of The NPR Politics Podcast sounded a little bizarre to conservatives. Nina Totenberg, who slimed Clarence Thomas in 1991 with unproven sexual harassment claims, joined two colleagues in lamenting the GOP bitterness after Brett Kavanaugh was subjected to unproven rape claims in 2018. Would NPR reporter be bitter if they were accused of rape?
They Can’t Move on: Reporters Slam Psaki From the Left on COVID
Thursday’s Psaki Show reminded viewers of a sad but necessary reminder that too many in the liberal media will never relent on fear porn surrounding the coronavirus and their penchant for restrictions on everyday life. Such was the case with numerous reporters pushing the press secretary from the left to reinstitute them due to a new omicron variant and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff’s positive…
NPR Morning Host Asks Blinken About Putin Fans on TV and in the GOP
National Public Radio broadcast ten minutes of an interview with Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Wednesday's Morning Edition. Anchor Steve Inskeep asked Blinken twice about pro-Putin voices repeating Russian talking points on TV and in the GOP. It sounded like taxpayer-funded NPR doesn't like Democrat presidents being critiqued.