Skip to comments.Juan Williams Responds to NPR Sting: 'They Prostitute Themselves for Money' (Defund 'em)
Posted on 03/08/2011 3:32:49 PM PST by tobyhill
Former NPR commentator Juan Williams spoke exclusively to FoxNation.com about the NPR sting video, which captured NPR senior executive Ron Schiller in a bigoted and revealing rant about conservatives, Jews and the American taxpayer. This was an act of incredible condescension, said Williams. The rank hypocrisy of his remarks was telling for me. They will say things to your face about how theres no liberal orthodoxy at NPR, how they play it straight, but now you see it for what it is. They prostitute themselves for money.
Williams said Schillers remarks about the Jews dominating the newspaper industry was outright anti-Semitism, and labeling Tea Party members gun-toting racists reveals their real feelings. This is how they talk in boardrooms and editorial meetings, explained Williams. This is how they really feel.
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No surprises here.
And Juan was one of the big dogs in that pack, until the pack turned on him.
Defund NPR NOW!
Gads, I didn't even hear that Schiller had said this. He's probably Jewish himself, so why is he saying something this awful?
But I guess that being a liberal trumps being anything else. That's the case with liberal Catholics, who will oppose doctrine and morality and attack the Pope in favor of abortion because it's a liberal cause, and I guess it's the same with Jews.
Kill their tax exempt status too. No more deductible contributions!
How much do you want to bet that a Jewish lawyer will represent him?
Juan... somehow, I think your beginning to see the truth about liberalism and what it portends... get on out of that liberal neighborhood and feel the warm sunlight of conservative reality, really, real reality.
Michael Savage is interviewing the sting man on his show now. Great stuff!
Schiller may be the most accurately named person in histoir.
Pray for America
Project Veritas Investigates:
Mar 8 2011
Project Veritas’ latest investigation focuses on the publically-funded media organization, National Public Radio. PV investigative reporters, Shaughn Adeleye and Simon Templar posed as members of the Muslim Action Education Center, a non-existent group with a goal to “spread the acceptance of Sharia across the world.”
In this first video, produced by James O’Keefe, Shaughn and Simon sit down with NPR Foundation President Ron Schiller.
Juan was an NPR liberal while with NPR, now employed by Fox is tacking rightward. Who is he calling "prostitute"?
Caution: The poll results at the site are deceptive, perhaps unintentionally.
There is one choice for “Yes, continue NPR funding”. There are two separate responses for “No”. One is based on it being inappropriate and the other is based on NPR’s politics. Currently, those two responses combine for a 67% “no” majority versus 32% “yes”.
I like the way these leftist dope’s fall for these fake guy’s and girl’s who play as pimps, whores, muzzies while being taped and filmed. Never suspecting, always so sure of themselves.
We let our guard down for too long. They have been screwing us since the 60s. It’s just the way thing’s have been.
The money is gone. Our’s Squandared by these bastards
Well another one of “ those “ people goes down
Not really. I think being a Fox News fixture has increasingly mellowed him.
Noticing the disproportionate presence of Jews in the media is no more "anti-Semitic" than noticing the disproportionate presence of Blacks in the NBA is "racist."
If I wanted a tag line I would consider that gem.
I agree. Juan is very conflicted, his prior liberal mindset has met reality, and he is enough of a man to see the problem. I think he is a good man at heart, and I think he has learned a lot from being exposed to conservatives during his pundit career.
No, he will never be like us hard-core conservatives, and he can still be annoying, but I am convinced he is basically good. I am through with completely shunning every person who has the slightest political difference with me. I don’t want to be that lonely, and it is the people who don’t agree with me who need me most.
The ones who agree with me on everything can take care of themselves.