NPR Hack Carrie Johnson Refers to AG Barr’s Analysis of Mueller Report in Same Terms as FDR Describing Pearl Harbor Attack
Liberal NPR hack Carrie Johnson referred to Attorney General Bill Barr’s analysis of the Mueller Report in the same terms as FDR used to describe the Pearl Harbor attacks.
2,300 US men and women were lost in the Pearl Harbor attack.
Zero US men and women were lost in Bill Barr’s analysis of the Mueller Report.
FOX News reported:
The Department of Justice reporter for NPR referred to the date of Attorney General Barr’s summary of the Mueller report as “a date that will live … in infamy,” a phrase many associate with President Franklin Roosevelt’s 1941 speech following the Pearl Harbor attack.
NPR’s Carrie Johnson made the comment during the NPR Politics podcast last Wednesday while discussing Barr’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, during which he answered questions about the summary he gave of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.
Leftist NPR reporter Carrie Johnson refers to Barr summary in same terms as FDR describing attack on Pearl Harbor. Another #FakeNews advocacy journalist looking vainly for her 15 minutes of fame. #NPR Is
welfare radio living off tax payers. #WilliamBarrhttps://t.co/7c2isYKUBW
— Packer SmartTalk (@NewsTalkPD) May 6, 2019