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Senators Send Scathing Letter To Woke NPR CEO—Read It Here

Senators have sent a scathing letter to NPR’s woke CEO Katherine Maher.

In their letter, the Senators cite Uri Berliner’s brilliant op-ed in The Free Press as the catalyst behind their concerns.

Berliner argued that NPR had essentially become a left-wing activist organization instead of a legitimate news outlet.

NPR retaliated against Berliner by suspending him without pay, and after the incident, Berliner chose to resign altogether from the mainstream media outlet.

Below is the full letter signed by several Senators to Katherine Maher:

Berliner wrote in his piece for the The Free Press:

An open-minded spirit no longer exists within NPR, and now, predictably, we don’t have an audience that reflects America.

That wouldn’t be a problem for an openly polemical news outlet serving a niche audience.

But for NPR, which purports to consider all things, it’s devastating both for its journalism and its business model.

Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy and journalist Christopher F. Rufo alleged that Maher has a troubling past helping the CIA to orchestrate regime changes overseas.

According to Fox News:

Maher has come under particular scrutiny due to her lack of editorial background, as well as her opinionated and overwhelmingly Democratic personal views, which she has publicly shared on social media over time.

In 2020, she criticized news outlets for their coverage of looting during the riots following the death of George Floyd.


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