where hypotheses come to die (madman101) wrote,
where hypotheses come to die
madman101

"Chronically unprepared and bumbling..."

Where does NPR GET these people?! When a radio network tries to be so politically correct that it must hire reporters with annoying speech impediments, you can see bankruptcy, (reduced funding), coming down the road.

Here is a report on Boris Johnson, the new UK Prime Minister...



(https://www.npr.org/2019/07/23/744335665/boris-johnson-is-expected-to-lead-britain-as-next-next-prime-minister)

NPR has left off telling us where Johnson stood on Brexit, until this report, basically. They tend to not report some things, as if, if they delay and delay, maybe the reality may never happen. This is what they did on the immigration crisis, until they were forced to admit the crisis, and therefore blamed it entirely on Trump.

I have so much more to say about NPR, but it just keeps going on and on, and I can't keep up with the biases and subjective reporting... I just keep leaving it off 'til later - I'll get back to you on NPR. Maybe in dribs and drabs... Maybe in magni opi.
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