Wednesday, July 19, 2017

"MILO: NPR Killed Book Interview ‘Because I Sounded Too Reasonable’"

Via InstapunditNPR reportedly refused to air a radio interview with former Breitbart Senior Editor MILO despite verbal and written assurances to the contrary because he “sounded too reasonable.”

Former Breitbart Senior Editor MILO flew to New York specifically to take part in an extensive interview with NPR about his bestselling book, DANGEROUS. During the July 10 interview, which MILO has provided exclusive footage of, the host stated that the interview would be going live the next day. MILO was then reportedly contacted by an NPR producer that clarified that the interview would be published the following week.

When the interview was still not published, leading MILO to question why it had not gone live, he was reportedly informed that a short version of the interview would be published “sometime in August.”

When asked for comment, MILO said, “It’s perfectly obvious from the constantly shifting deadline from NPR producers and the line of questioning from the host that they were expecting a low-rent troll — someone who would assure the broadcaster’s ossified audience that anyone sympathetic to the President must be a redneck or an idiot.”

(Link to Breitbart)


Trooper York said...

NPR is disorganized. Typical liberal joint.

We went for an interview to promote the TV show and they did not have anything organized. The interviewer didn't have a clue. The wife was the one doing the interview and I had to wait outside in the green room.

I occupied myself by drawing cocks in the mouths of all of the liberal icons on the wall like Dan Rather and Howard K Smith.

Trooper York said...

Milo is charting a new course. He is really the first one that is taking full advantage of the breakdown of the publishing industry. By self publishing an e book and hard cover books he is maximizing his income without having to deal with a publishing company.

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Titus said...

"I occupied myself by drawing cocks in the mouths of all of the liberal icons on the wall like Dan Rather and Howard K Smith."


Eric the Fruit Bat said...

What's with the all caps?

ricpic said...

Isn't it written in NPR contracts not to confuse "the anointed" with humor?

edutcher said...

To a Lefty, anything they're not allowed to believe sounds too reasonable.