NPR’s ombudsman reinforces the myth that the show’s edits were to give both Rev. Veazey and I equal time. Granted, we each had nearly 3 minutes and 40 seconds to share our views (after editing), but mine were continually cut off by either the host or Reverend Veazey. I spoke 9 different times and was interrupted during 6 of those instances, 3 of which were interruptions from Veazey. He,however, spoke 3 times, uninterrupted and was never once challenged by the host during his lengthy monologues. It’s kind of like ‘separate but equal’. Ironic, considering the eugenic subject matter.
This is fairness in NPR’s world. Over a minute of closing thoughts in a pro-abortion tirade is equivalent to severely edited 15 seconds of provable prolife remarks.
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