Skip to comments.NPR Sued for $57MM in Defamation Lawsuit Over Seth Rich Coverage
Posted on 06/21/2018 4:31:27 PM PDT by Proud White Trump Supporter
A $57 million defamation lawsuit has been filed against National Public Radio over their 2017 report that accused Texas-based financial advisor Ed Butowsky of colluding with President Donald Trump and Fox News to plant stories about slain DNC staffer Seth Rich.
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How many coffee mugs and tote bags is that?
Cosmo Kramer: Tota Bags I want and Tote Bags I shall have!
Grandma is generously writing a check for $1,500!!!
STOP THE SHOW!!!
No worries, if NPR loses the suit they’ll just suck up $57M in additional taxes.
Sorry HAD to go a little PBS for fun .... I KNOW - this is NPR
Cosmo Kramer: TOTE Bags I want and Tote Bags I shall have!
“How many coffee mugs and tote bags is that?”
Or reruns of a fifty year-old Lawrence Welk Show, complete with a map of how to get to his grave!
NPR working with Trump?
Yea that could happen.
This and SPLC, let this be a start of sing these rags,and scumbags since they lie all the time to take out people who they disagree with.
The GOP led Appropriations Committee has recommended stable funding for the CPB (NPR/PBS/etc)
Noun-National Public Radio (usually shortened to NPR, stylized as npr) is an American privately and publicly funded non-profit membership media organization based in Washington, D.C.-
Discovery will be interesting.
Damn, any judgment against National Panhandler Radio comes from our pockets. They have no assets.
“They have no assets.”
They may have insurance.
The suit may prove defamation, but I don’t think the damages are generally very big. You have to prove injury as in, somebody wrote you a letter saying they were cancelling their contract because of the defaming statement. That probably never happens. People just melt away.
The only people who will profit from this suit are the lawyers.
The leftist communist mouth piece for the Marxist State Progressives operating under the guise of “public service”.
Unfortunately, NPR is subsidized by the taxpayer so we will help pay for any damages won buy the plaintiff. If NPR was a private company - heads would role; people would be fired. If NPR was a publicly traded company, shareholders would be calling for blood and scalps from the top of the organization.
Unfortunately, we live in a world where accountability at public institutions does not apply to the liberals running those institutions. This must change!
Bankrupt those cockroaches.
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