NPR Suspends Editor Who Blew Whistle on Outlet’s Leftist Agenda – EVOL

NRP has suspended a veteran editor after he blew the whistle on the “news” network’s leftist agenda.

Uri Berliner exposed the left-wing bias at the taxpayer-funded outlet during a public rebuke of the organization last week.

Berliner’s five-day suspension without pay began on Friday, NPR media reporter David Folkenflik reported.

As Slay News reported, Berliner penned a bombshell piece in the Free Press that criticized NPR’s coverage of the Russiagate Hoax, the Covid lab leak theory, Hunter Biden’s scandalous laptop, severe anti-Trump bias among staff, and the embrace of the far-left theory of “systemic racism.”

He also accused the organization of downplaying antisemitism following October 7.

Berliner also wrote that registration records in 2021 showed an astonishing disparity between Democrats and Republicans in the NPR newsroom.

He said writers refused to report on stories they felt would “help” President Donald Trump, among other things.

Berliner revealed that the bias among staffers indicates an “open-minded spirit no longer exists” at NPR.

“It angered many of his colleagues, led NPR leaders to announce monthly internal reviews of the network’s coverage, and gave fresh ammunition to conservative and partisan Republican critics of NPR, including former President Donald Trump,” Folkenflik wrote.

Folkenflik also spoke



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