BREAKING: NPR Person a Human Being, Has Personal Opinions
Dildo sailor James O'Keefe has a new secretly recorded video out today, and you'll never guess what he uncovered: an executive at NPR has his own opinions about Teabaggers. Yes, that's right, a human being living in America has personal thoughts about public affairs, and he WORKS AT NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO. And James O'Keefe's skills are improving; he didn't even need to lure a woman onto a boat filled with dildos and "pretend" to try to rape her to uncover this startling revelation! O'Keefe just had to get a couple of guys to pretend to be representatives of a Muslim non-profit looking to support NPR.
Basically, this NPR guy verbally "takes off his NPR hat" to say Teabaggers are uneducated racists. Which means, even though this is a private, off-the-cuff conversation, he makes sure to let these people know his opinion is not that of NPR. And, also, this guy is not even in charge of NPR's news coverage.
Anyway, it's offense to say Teabaggers are uneducated. They went to high school because the govmint forced them to until they were allowed to drop out.
Later in this video, the O'Keefe plants say they're a Muslim Brotherhood group and think Jews control the media. And the NPR guy keeps eating his food, listening politely. Which is pretty much what anyone would do when you're sat down by powerful-seeming people with unexplained ties to conservative Muslim groups overseas and they suddenly start saying Jews run the media.
In conclusion, this guy got a free meal at a nice restaurant just by acknowledging that he has personal feelings about politics, which is illegal.
What will O'Keefe uncover next? Does Ira Glass have opinions about his apartment building's regulations? Did Garrison Keillor once support a fictional amendment to the Minnesota constitution making it illegal to deny the beauty of swans? What are the "Car Talk" guys' thoughts about tort reform? THIS IS IMPORTANT.
UPDATE: This NPR guy doesn't even work there anymore, but NPR got scared and responded thusly, attacking their former executive:
The fraudulent organization represented in this video repeatedly pressed us to accept a $5 million check, with no strings attached, which we repeatedly refused to accept. We are appalled by the comments made by Ron Schiller in the video, which are contrary to what NPR stands for. Mr. Schiller announced last week that he is leaving NPR for another job.
What a bunch of squares. Is NPR trying to deny that they have personal opinions like regular human beings? Why would you attack your own guy when you should be making fun of James O'Keefe's dildo boat? [Project Veritas]