When news first broke early this week of the sting operation that caught NPR executives sucking up to two conservative activists posing as members of Muslim Brotherhood, we were told that although the faux Muslims offered to donate $5 million to NPR (because NPR doesn’t carry so much
Zionist Jewish news and content as other media), NPR refused to accept the gift-with-strings.
Now, Project Véritas — the website of James O’Keefe, the brilliant audacious mastermind behind the sting — has released the second video of the sting.
It shows Betsy Liley, NPR’s senior director of institutional giving, as eager to take the “gift.” More than that, Liley actually assured the faux “donors” that NPR can “shield” the donation from federal government audit as long as it’s listed as “anonymous”! In other words, the
government taxpayer-funded National Public Radio was prepared to violate law.
Here’s what Project Veritas says about this video:
On Tuesday, Project Veritas released Part 1 of its investigation of National Public Radio. The investigation, in which Project Veritas investigators posed as members of a fictional group founded by “members of the Muslim Brotherhood,” was widely reported in the media and produced a dramatic response from NPR and its board members.
The following video contains conversations between Project Veritas undercover investigator, Simon Templar, and Betsy Liley, NPR’s Senior Director of Institutional Giving.