NPR Won't Report the Hunter Biden Story Because It's a 'Waste' of 'Time,' Editor Calls Story 'Pure Distraction'

Nick Kangadis | October 23, 2020

The United Nations (UN), the European Union (EU), CNN and NPR. What do they all have in common? They’re pretty useless entities and try to use their politics to make the U.S. look bad on a regular basis. For radical media outlets like CNN and NPR they only report what they want people to both know and believe.

National Public Radio (NPR) appears to deliberately not want people to know about the New York Post story about Hunter Biden and his alleged business dealings in multiple foreign countries in exchange for access to his father, Joe Biden, who was the vice president under former president Barack Obama at the time.

“Journalists” in 2020 can’t be bothered to do their jobs anymore, as evidenced by the response of NPR’s Managing Editor for News Terence Samuels on why his outlet has remained silent on the story.

"We don't want to waste our time on stories that are not really stories, and we don't want to waste the listeners' and readers' time on stories that are just pure distractions," Samuels said, according to The Blaze. "And quite frankly, that's where we ended up, this was...a politically driven event and we decided to treat it that way."

“Distractions” from what? Shameful. These “journalists” simply can no longer call themselves “journalists.”

Whether the story is true or not should be of no consequence to a news outlet. It should still be reported, and the “journalists” from these radical outlets should be researching and vetting the validity of the story. The New York Post simply provided the alleged evidence.

If you have NPR shouldn't be curating major news stories instead of not reporting the news to you because they don’t think you need to know, let them know about it.

NPR customer service phone number - (202) 513-2000.

H/T: Daily Caller