As I’ve written before I listen to NPR all the time. I often enjoy it. But I understand that much of the time it is pushing the propaganda envelope.
There is a more than a “liberal” bias at NPR. (Which is just in your face.) There seems, at times, to be a clear policy agenda. And at times the words feel coordinated with the White House. As if the agenda of NPR and the president are simply one and the same.
But I’m sure they aren’t the same.
(From The Washington Examiner)
Pompeo’s feud with NPR springs from revelations that the broadcast organization took financing from a group that lobbied for the Iran deal and then spoke with those experts but canceled an interview with the Kansas Republican. As one of the most vociferous opponents of the Iran agreement, Pompeo sees it as an example of the White House’s avowed plan to plant experts in the media in order to create an “echo chamber,” as one of Obama’s top national security advisers acknowledged.