Skip to comments.NPR issues correction for earlier ‘right-wing extremists’ photo, replaces it with a photo that is 3 years old
Posted on 06/21/2020 6:04:04 PM PDT by kevcol
NPR has issued a correction on the story we told you about earlier after they were called out for using a photo to depict right-wing extremists using their vehicles to ram protesters that actually showed an incident where protesters attacked the driver and were arrested for it
And heres the corrected version:But that photo is from Charlottesville in 2017 and has ZERO to do with the at least 50 vehicle-ramming incidents since protests erupted nationwide in late May.
Right-wing extremists are turning cars into weapons, with reports of at least 50 vehicle-ramming incidents since protests erupted nationwide in late May. https://t.co/jM0hx6W3Rs
NPR (@NPR) June 21, 2020
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NPR has to get ahead of any “badthought”...
So they went a little overboard.
What’s more important?
Being honest or conditioning people not to resist the ‘protesters’?
\Some people may be sympathetic to a driver surrounded by a mob.
Can’t let that happen.
Good riddance to T-Mobile. Can’t stand their PC corporate culture.
50? and not one actual photo/video. They used false photos twice.
The media's job!
Just like those Trump kids-in-cages photos that were from...2014.
When is it going to be legal to plow through people who illegally block your road? Isn’t it a form of kidnapping so plowing through the illegally blocked road would be a form of escape from your captors.
Time to DEFUND NPR and bring it back only AFTER
the Constitutional Reformation.
Leftist democrats in the media are your enemy, folks. Treat them as enemies.
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