NPR Senior Exec: Repub. Party is 'weird Evanglical kind of move' (VIDEO)
By: Billy Atwell|Published: March 9, 2011 7:32 AM
As if National Public Radio wasn't already troubled enough with the discrediting decision to fire Juan Williams for a comment he made about being nervous when people in Muslim garb get on a plane, NPR now has two senior-level executives on video with two people who they believe to be associated with American members of the Muslim Brotherhood.
The soiree consisted of a demonization of Christians, Republicans, Tea Party members, Jews, and political conservatives.
Most of these groups are called bigots and racists throughout the conversation. Tea Partiers are called Islamaphobic, xenophobic, scary, and "seriously racist people."
The man on the left can be heard saying that the Republican Party is an "anti-intellectual" movement, while "liberals today might be more educated, fair and balanced than conservatives."
You have to watch the video highlights below to get the full scope of NPR's offensive philosophy. The full tape (2 hours worth) is available HERE.