NPR Goes Full Gulag

We noted here last week the withering critique of National Propaganda Radio (NPR) by longtime NPR editor Uri Berliner. Turns out that NPR recently hired as its new head a complete commie, Katherine Mayer. How commie? Nate Hochman has some of the very many receipts:

And just as James Damore was cashiered from Google when he questioned leftist orthodoxy, National Review is reporting that Uri Berliner has been suspended without pay from NPR for his sins of exposing their deep bias:

NPR suspended its veteran senior business editor, Uri Berliner, for five days without pay after he wrote a critical essay detailing how the public radio network succumbed to liberal groupthink.

Working at NPR for 25 years, Berliner criticized his employer for no longer being open-minded in their approach to reporting the news. Because of this progressive bent, he declared that the radio network “lost America’s trust” in a scathing exposé published by the Free Press on April 9.

Berliner began his temporary suspension on Friday and was warned that he would be fired if he failed to get approval for work at other news outlets, NPR reported Tuesday morning.

If Republicans in Congress can’t finally figure out a way of cutting off all federal funding for NPR none of them deserve to be re-elected.

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