Have you seen the way a lot of the media is slanting the NPR story?
Remember when Van Jones was outed (at the time he was working in the Obama administration) for being a self-avowed Communist? He was on tape saying he was a Communist, making fun of conservatives and on the record for being a 9/11 truther? Only, when the mainstream media reported the story they made it sound like the reasons he was out of a job in the dead of night was because he made fun of Republicans and was a 9/11 truther. The mainstream media didn't mention the self-avowed Communist part. They didn't show the tape of Valerie Jarrett saying "they" (Obama's people) had their eye on Van Jones for a long time (except, oops they must have missed the Communist thing).
So, now we have "the NPR guy is gone" story by the mainstream media and guess what many aren't mentioning? The Jewish/Muslim Brotherhood factor. It's all about the NPR guy Shiller maligning the tea party. Really? That was Schiller's problem?
The Associated Press/Washington Post: NPR Blasts Tea Party In Hidden Camera Video.
Associated Press: Departing NPR executive slams tea party on hidden camera, fueling conservative ire on funding
USA Today: "The NPR executive who was caught on a secretly taped video calling Tea Party supporters "racist" and saying the news organization would be better off without federal funding resigned late Tuesday night."
Uhhh, how about "NPR guy, Who Met With People He Thought were With The Muslim Brotherhood and said Zionists have obvious control over newspapers, leaves NPR."
"An undercover video of a departing National Public Radio fundraising executive shows him nodding in agreement as men posing as representatives of a Muslim Brotherhood front group rip Jewish control of the media. Eventually, the President of the NPR Foundation and VP for development, Ron Schiller chimes in, saying that Zionist influence doesn't exist at NPR, but 'it's there in those who own newspapers obviously.'"
The American Spectator : AmSpecBlog : Departing NPR Exec Laments Jewish Control of Newspapers
Slanting news stories in this country, these days, appears to me to be more about omission. Downplay the whole Muslim Brotherhood/Jewish thing and make it all about the tea party.
USA Today IS STILL NOT MENTIONING the Muslim Brotherhood/Zionist comments part of this story:
"NPR has announced that CEO Vivian Schiller has resigned. Schiller is not related to former fundraising chief Ron Schiller, who was caught on a secretly taped video blasting Tea Party supporters as "racist" and saying the public broadcasting outlet doesn't need federal funding."http://content.usatoday.com/communit...ral-funding-/1
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