Skip to comments.NPR Videos Are Not What They Seem
Posted on 03/13/2011 8:45:25 AM PDT by Nachum
It looks like James OKeefes Project Veritas may have some splaining to do after an analysis by The Blaze reveals some selective editing of the recently released NPR videos. The most damning video was the one where now former NPR executive Ron Schiller was quoted as calling the Tea Partiers as racists. However a further look at the raw footage shows that Schiller was actually discussing what an Republican Ambassador was saying.
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What do Dems think of the Blaze as it is affiliated with both Glenn Beck and the Huffington Post. Quite the conundrum for liberals eh?
Nachum: great minds ... here’s another article about this smoke-screen:
At least now we know what it takes for AIM to engage in some serious in-depth analysis.
Okay, okay. You got 'im. Go ahead and take the money.
Reading the comments:
“I have to disagree with you on your analysis. He says the Republican(s) voted for Obama because of the Tea Party people.
Not possible. The Tea Party movement didnt begin until well after Obama took office. The Republican(s) would have voted against McCain, a moderate Republican who they would surely have been symapthetic with.
Outside of Palin, there was little in the way of conservative voice in that campaign, but Schiller claims the ambassador said, they think the current Republican party is not really the Republican Party. Its been hijacked by this group Yet, Schiller never mentions Palin, and there was no Tea Party at the time, i.e. no group tht could have hijacked the McCain campaign.
Furthermore, Schiller refers specifically to the Tea Party in his description, and the Tea Party could not possilblynot possiblyhave been part of the conversation to which Schiller refers. No, when Schiller speaks, hes giving his own evaluation.”
“Let me get this straight, the Republicans ..an ambassador so, a very highly placed Republican another person, who was one of the top donors to the Republican party., both voted for Obama because they knew about Tea Party which had not formed in November 2008?”
“Let me get this straight, he repeated what he alledgedly heard from two republicans in order to support an opinion that he did not hold? That doesnt sound accurate to me. That sounds like left wing spin.”
I didn’t know that the folks over at AIM could cogently write while entertaining gerbils into their back doors. I am impressed.
O’Keefe released the entire raw video.
Besides the worst bigotry was when the NPR thug said that the Jews owned the media.
Then Shiller should have fought it. But he didn’t. So, I have to believe that there is truth in the video. :)
When does CPB/NPR/state-run media ever do that?
There were 2 commies on CNN just now trying to claim NPR is not Liberal. Pathetic.
It would be interesting to see if there are Journolist emails on this Okeef attack.
what is a “Republican Ambassador”?
Ha! JournoList indeed ...
Time Magazine continues with their own contrail plumes of Journolisto smoke...
The Twisty, Bent Truth
of the NPR-Sting
Ok, then why did he quit?
I’m glad to see Glenn’s site STANDING WITH THE TRUTH... which, has NO agenda.
I think it's the same thing as a straw dog or a red herring or a Unicorn. Something made up out of whole cloth.
If this mythical "Republican Ambassador" really existed, why doesn't National Palestinian Radio (their own words for their network according to Schiller) name him?
When have they ever shied away from identifying Republicans whom they want to embarrass?
That is twisted, and I’m ashamed at myself for finding it so funny.
“At least now we know what it takes for AIM to engage in some serious in-depth analysis.”
Fairly startling, isn’t it? AIM started the whole media watchdog business from a conservative perspective. They were eclipsed years ago, first by Bozell and now Breitbart, so are probably busy trying to stay relevant.
Oops. Try again, Accuracy In Media.