Senior Director of Institutional Giving for NPR Betsy Liley said it is still a question of whether or not Barack Obama was born in the United States. She clearly is heard talking about a coverup, keeping the birther issue out of the news because it was "political" and even indicating that there was monkey business going on in Hawaii concerning Obama's birth certificate. Listen to the brief audio below and see for yourself. Birthers are not just on the right. There are clearly birthers on the left, they just want to cover up the truth.
Later, Ms. Liley was in the following undercover video, along with others as men posed as Muslim Brotherhood and went undercover in order to expose NPR's ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. There can be no doubt that this should expose the connections of NPR, the Muslim Brotherhood and quite possibly the reason behind the birther coverup. Notice how member of the Tea Party are referred to as "racist," "xenophobes," and "middle aged, white, gun-toting" scary people.
Vivian Schiller, the President and CEO of National Public Radio, announced her resignation after this undercover camera caught then-NPR Vice President Ron Schiller (no relation) calling the tea party 'racist' and disclosing that the organization could survive without government funds. According to NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik, the organization's board "ousted" Vivian Schiller from her position.
Schiller (no relation to NPR CEO Vivian Schiller), announced... that he is leaving NPR to become director of the Aspen Institute Arts Program. In his position at NPR, Schiller has not been involved in editorial decisions.
Dana Davis Rehm, NPR's senior vice president of marketing, communications and external relations, has released this statement:
"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."
According to NPR, on March 9, 2011:
Ron Schiller's resignation is now effective immediately, NPR spokeswoman Dana Davis Rehm said late Tuesday. Earlier, Rehm said Schiller had been "placed on administrative leave".
Here's NPR's latest statement updating Schiller's status:
"Ron Schiller tendered his resignation on January 24, well before the lunch meeting occurred. His resignation was announced last week. He was intending to stay with NPR through May 5. We have mutually agreed that Ron is leaving NPR effective today."
Ron Schiller also issued this apology:
"While the meeting I participated in turned out to be a ruse, I made statements during the course of the meeting that are counter to NPR's values and also not reflective of my own beliefs. I offer my sincere apology to those I offended. I resigned from NPR, previously effective May 6th, to accept another job. In an effort to put this unfortunate matter behind us, NPR and I have agreed that my resignation is effective today."
So Mr. Schiller made statements that were not reflective of his own beliefs? Seriously? However, he is quick to point out that it was that evil Project Veritas and James O'Keefe that were really the bad guys. Guess this is par for the course when dealing with these people.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.