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Totenberg and “Lies”

It’s always rich when NPR bias legend Nina Totenberg gets up on a soap box and denounces “lies” in politics. On the show “Inside Washington” she let loose last night on the “lies” of the Swiftvets. I have an answer, Nina. At least these people came forward with their names and their faces, unlike your precious Anita Hill, who tried to smear Clarence Thomas from behind a shield of anonymity. You didn’t try to learn whether her account was true or false. You ran with it on the air the minute she would give her name to you. So with regards to the Swiftvets, might I suggest you’re not standing on the moral high ground, to say the very least.

Tim Graham — Tim Graham is Director of Media Analysis at the Media Research Center, where he began in 1989, and has served there with the exception of 2001 and 2002, when served ...

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