Sex Scandals Rolling Heads At NPR

Posted November 29th, 2017 by Iron Mike

You probably didn’t hear – (they’re still downplaying) – – trying to maintain that ‘Holier-than-Thou’ image that Liberals seem to crave….

But the SMEAR TRUMP campaign begun during the 2016 campaign has totally backfired.   We’ve witnessed a wave of inappropriate sexual advances accusations across politics and the media.
Guess which group of folks have mostly been ensnared?

Senior Vice President of news Michael Oreskes stepped down November 1st amid allegations of sexual harassment in his past.

I am deeply sorry to the people I hurt.  My behavior was wrong and inexcusable,  and I accept full responsibility,” Oreskes wrote.

Chief News Editor David Sweeney has left the company following allegations of sexual harassment filed against him by at least three female journalists.

Executive editor Edith Chapin will replace Sweeney.

Thank GOD for Double Standards:

….or Democrats would have no standards at all!

How frustrating for poor Matt Lauer,  – suddenly out of work and unable to report and opine on this scandal….   No,  he’d never mention it there on NBC.

3 Responses to “Sex Scandals Rolling Heads At NPR”

  1. Kojack

    The fact that RiNO Mitch the squish McConnell hasn’t said word one about expelling FRANKENstein from the Senate as he has stated he would do to Moore if Moore wins the election is telling.

  2. Leonard Mead

    My MORAL COMPASS is now spinning in circles!

    How am I going to know what’s right or wrong now that all these moral (liberal) leaders are gone???

    WHEW!

    Good thing I live in an “adult community” without any young kids!

    Len Mead
    Unwashed Conservative

  3. GreenBeretLTC

    Oh, no…! Say it’s not so. NPR? The conscience of journalism?

    I love when the holier-than-thous get caught in their own shitstorms….

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