Skip to comments.NPR Memo Instructs Writers How to Frame Abortion Debate with Biased Language
Posted on 05/23/2019 10:39:29 AM PDT by Red Badger
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Huh? NPR? Don’t we pay fo.................. Oh.
Why am I subsidizing this?
Those "reproductive rights"?
Smell the fear...
This should surprise no one-If they didn’t skew the language, who on earth would listen to them?
Nancy Pelosi Radio?
National Proletariat Radio...................
If we dont say baby killing but instead use the term - rainbow expelling then people will better accept our infanticide values and rights.
The term “unborn” implies that there is a baby inside a pregnant woman, not a fetus. Babies are not babies until they are born. They're fetuses. Incorrectly calling a fetus a “baby” or “the unborn” is part of the strategy used by antiabortion groups to shift language/legality/public opinion.
They also believe that jamming a knife into a baby's head, then sucking her brain out with a vacuum is “reproductive health care.”
Using fetus instead of unborn, even though fetus literally means unborn. This is a epic fail that will not have the desired effect.
Whoa, he has us there. I'll have to admit that I was under the impression that that's where babies come from. Glad to be shown the error of my ways.
Fetus is Latin for baby.
So the NPR portion of the swamp is still full.
The style guide makes one thing abundantly, painstakingly clear: NPR writers are to go out of their way to make sure it never, ever sounds like the collection of cells inside a mothers womb is a human life.
Except that someone who kills a pregnant woman is usually charged with double homicide, and I think you would find that most people on the left or right, include those at NPR, would agree with the charges.
We are for the rights of the unborn.
This is the language we can use to counter their demonic euphemisms.
I wonder if we could get away with saying that abortion kills transgender babies.
I guess that NPR doesn’t think that their writers are sharp enough to pull that off on their own.
So why on earth are WE still providing NPR with OUR Tax dollars?
And their 501(c)(3) status is questionable to me.
If they want to finance their liberal agenda from their own means, fine. They have freedom of speech. But don't finance their liberal, often anti-American agenda with my dime.
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