In this post here, we demonstrated how National Public Radio (NPR) — and, by extension, all liberal media outlets — lie. Sometimes it’s not an out-and-out untruth. Sometimes it’s a true story that they broadcast, but from which they omit valuable information that would give important, potentially contradictory, perspectives on the story being “reported.”
Here’s one: I was listening to NPR’s fake evening “news” program, “All Things Considered.” In that feature, the “reporter” said that Minnesota governor, Mark Dayton, said some really damning things about Obamacare. The official name of Obamacare is the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.”
Dayton said that Obamacare is, “no longer affordable.” Dayton went on a bit, the correspondent said, complaining that premiums for people in his state were doubling, and worse.
Not affordable?!? Premiums skyrocketing?!?
“Affordability” — That’s the only thing that, in any way provided any justification whatsoever for the monstrosity that is Obamacare.
Okay. That’s a blockbuster!
However, it’s not all. People — Republicans and we Conservatives in particular — have known that the one thing that justified Obamacare — affordability — is the one thing that it has never had. And we’ve been saying that for years.
Mark Dayton, though, is the Democrat governor of Minnesota, one of the bluest states in the union. Oh, and that’s the vital piece of information that NPR left out of its story.
If Dayton were a Republican governor, do you think NPR would have left that out of the story? Of course not. They’d have referred to Dayton as: “Republican governor Mark Dayton of Minnesota” in the piece.
Democrats have lined up, sheeplike, behind Obamacare since it came out. That a Democrat governor in a blue-blue state like Minnesota would, essentially, say that Obamacare has no justification for existence is a conceptual nuke aimed at the very heart of Obamacare.
NPR left out all the important stuff in what is truly a massively important story. As we said in our post (here), “Lies, fraud, ignorance, deception, dishonesty — that’s what National Public Radio calls: ‘news.'”